VetArt, The Veterans Art Project, Pop-Up event Videos
VetArt Pop-Up Cafe Sacramento 2022
Here is a “VetArt Pop-Up Cafe Placerville” trailer created by Sandy Dee.
You need to check it out!
The Origin Story of VetArt, the Veterans Art Project
“Art making is the deepest form of personal advocacy. Don’t tell me, show me.”
Steve Dilley, Founder and Executive Director of the Veterans Art Project presents a way for Veterans to showcase their artworks and encourages Veterans to create art to heal from trauma.
VetArt is sponsored by the MHSOAC, Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability Commission, a California State Agency.
Here is our documentary VHVtv Producers Sheryl Shaffer and Sandy Dee made about the VetArt Veterans Arts Pop-Up Cafe Paso Robles event.
Veterans telling how creating Art has changed their perspective and help them to heal from military trauma. Inspiring and powerful interviews. Art heals.
“Veterans Pop-Up Arts Cafe Paso Robles”
INDIVIDUAL INTERVIEWS WITH VETERAN ARTISTS AT THE VETERANS ARTS POP-UP CAFE
Tonya Savice is a U.S. Air Force Veteran and the Director of Advocacy of VetArt, the Veterans Arts Project. Tanya advises us that Good Mental Health is Great Mental Wealth
Carlota Santa Cruz at the Deprise Brescia Art Gallery in Paso Robles introduces us to 2 Veteran Artists and the first is Richard Milo Blomquist, the Author of “The Flaming Arrow” and Stan Hawkins, he teaches other Veterans to paint and his painting, “The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse” is on display at the gallery.
VetArt Drum Circle Paso Robles
Congressman Jimmy Panetta at the Deprise Brescia Art Gallery
Sandy Dee, VHVtv Producer created this trailer about the VetArt Pop-Up Veterans Arts Cafe in Paso Robles
The Butterfly Garden at the Deprise Brescia Art Gallery in Paso Robles
Tonya Savice talks about the importance of Building Mental Wealth
Celebrate Veteran Artists with VetArt.
Interview with Veteran Artist James Davis as he presents his beautiful paintings and what inspires him to paint.