Professional Artist Sushobha Jenner
Thanks Veteran History Project at Library of Congress
Uniting US is pleased to announce the introduction of our Humanitarian Arts program where Uniting US Professional Art Mentors, military, veterans, and their families artists can create artwork to support humanitarian initiatives.
Leading the kickoff to our newest program is nationally recognized sculpture artist (and Uniting US Professional Mentor ) Austin Casson and Marine veteran artist Maria Carrion. Combined, Austin's Forever Free ,33" stainless steel sculpture, and Maria's For the Children 20"x20" painting represent the people of the Ukraine and the infrastructure and facilities damage as well as the loss of loved ones impacting all living and future generations to come.
Forever Free and For the Children artworks are being prepped for public auction in DC in late June, 2022. All proceeds from the purchase of these and other Ukrainian supportive artworks are designated to Ukrainian relief support. Artists or art collectors interested in joying the Uniting US Humanitarian Ukrainian Cause program can contact US via the UnitingUS@yahoo.com e-mail.
Policy Vets (Policyvets.org) podcasts focus on highly relevant topics that impact veterans lives. Uniting US The Honorable David Shulkin, Lou Celli, and AnnMarie Halterman discuss the healing and wellness aspects of therapeutic arts and the phenomenal community building success through all forms of art.
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: Artwork created by US veteran artist Christine Helferich-Polosky "Her Voices" 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: Artwork "Fireworks" created by the talented Benjamin "Pins" Leese.
Thank you so much for your consideration and support. Your donations go directly to support the creation and exhibition of meaningful military, veteran, and family member artwork. (Artist Credit Bethany Ryan, Bursting Out of Silence)
Uniting US artists Christina Polosky, Maria Carrion, and Bethany Ryan were selected as the national ArtHouse and Jiggy Puzzle competition based on the themes of Hope, Inspiration, Transformation, and Possibilities. Limited edition signed puzzles available in the Uniting US shop. If you have a special request, please use the contact us form.
On special occasions the Uniting US mentoring program has unique opportunities. Steve Alpert, the leading American Military Contemporary artist, has announced his new 2022 Fordham University Veteran Initiative selections. Congratulations to Christina "TwoFlowers" Hazuka, Elliot Danish, and Mic Chavez. (Artwork: Salute by Steve Alpert)
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!
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