The Uniting US (US) founding members, a collective group of volunteer veterans and family members, are dedicated to:
Committed to helping others experience the healing and uniting power of the arts.
Note: "Self Portrait" by US veteran artist Amber Zora
Uniting US spectrum of services:
Note: US veteran artist David Horan's "Many Languages One Voice" featured at Dulles International Airport in Virginia.
Provide engaging events to share ideas and experiences from one individual to another as a means to celebrate healing, wellness, and uniting communities.
Join US, people looking for a greater world understanding while honoring life experiences and service contributions.
Note: "My Seascape" by US veteran artist Penny Lee Deere, recognized Outstanding Collaborator!
Sirena found her permanent home yesterday! Prints are still available. Congrats Cynthia!
After exhibiting at Walter Reed for several months, Experience and Impact paintings were delivered to their new home. The magic of the healing arts and the power of connection have united the artist and the new owners. The original artwork and prints are still available.
In November, Mark Carson joined the ranks of the Uniting US artists. As wood turners, Mark and AnnMarie immediately connected. Mark's bottle openers, pens, bottle stops, vegetable peelers, etc are proving to be highly popular! We are so happy that Mark joined US!
The retired Navy Fletcher family's birdhouse creations provide perfect residence opportunities as well as colorful additions to anyone's back yard. James, a rising 9th grader, was the artist who completed the American flag birdhouse. He wanted to honor the service and sacrifices of military and others that help keep our country strong! Mrs. Fletcher expressed her gratitude to Uniting US and HHV for giving her family an opportunity to experience the calming and therapeutic affects of art!
We are excited to announce Michael Green's artwork selection in the Arlington Public Library Quaranzine: Issue 8 publication. Michael Green's, "Sometimes You Need a Hug" - reflects a difficult time, there is civil unrest, and we are physically isolated from one another. Sometimes you just need a hug to get though, even if you are giving it to yourself. Visit the Uniting US Shop to purchase this or other veteran artwork. Check out Quaranzine: Issue 8 https://library.arlingtonva.us/2020/06/22/quaranzine-issue-8/
In our first installation with the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, Uniting US artist's David Horan and Leigh Cortez artwork brightens the Dulles International Airport (IAD) public area. Be sure to keep an eye out for more Uniting US artworks on exhibit in both IAD and Regan National Airport (DCA).
Your contributions will provide supplies and materials to veterans, military members, and their families to create innovative, narrative driven artwork. Artwork: US veteran artist Scott Hickey, concept sketch of completed bronze work.
Learn more about our upcoming events, fundraisers, and more!