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Family Member – Air Force 1991-2002
About the Art: Exploring a view from a closed door more than a century old.
About the Artist: Tiffany Wheeler, born and raised in central Virginia, spent her youth playing competitive sports and enjoying the outdoors. After high school, she received a college scholarship to play softball and continued to be a standout throughout her career. After graduating from college, Tiffany spent 14 years teaching 6th-8th grade in a public school and started creating meaningful gifts. She has started exploring other media and incorporating wood and metal aspects into her work.
Artist’s Experience: Art takes my broken pieces and makes me feel whole. Art allows me to find peace in a world at war and helps me escape this chaotic world and provides my soul peace while helping me cope with the realities of life. I feel my art is a way to deal with my inner chaos…thank you for exhibiting my artwork.
Veteran – Air Force 1991-2002
About the Art: Consider the Weapon of Choice: Intensely Healing proposition…a weapon of war, recognized by most as lethal, yet also part of making eloquent artwork. This weapon is Marine veteran artist David Horan’s “paintbrush”. All sales from Intensely Healing will be donated to Uniting US in support of empowering veterans to publicly exhibit meaningful, original artworks.
About the Artist: As a founder of Uniting US, AnnMarie personally experienced the healing and uniting power of the arts. As the Executive Director of Uniting US, her artwork often represents the creativity and skill of Uniting US artists.
Artist’s Experience: Art brings my mind alive, gives me a voice, and lets me channel my creativity. I feel honored and grateful to have an opportunity to share my thoughts and ideas with the community in which I live. All my thanks to the hosts for creating this safe, engaging environment to share, connect, and gain new perspectives on life.
Wood and Metal