Pentagon Patriotic Art Program: Wounded Warrior Healing Arts Exhibit

 

PHOTO-OF-FLAG-WAVING-ON-SIDE-OF-PENTAGON-SEPTEMBER-ELEVENTH-TWO-THOUSAND-SIXTEEN

A large flag waves on the Pentagon Sept. 11, 2016 at the site where the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks took place. (DoD photo by EJ Hersom)

On April 12, 2017, the Military Health System will launch the Pentagon Patriotic Art Program: Wounded Warrior Healing Arts Exhibit which features 40 dynamic images of artwork created by individuals across the U.S. Army, U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Navy, U.S. Air Force, and Walter Reed National Military Medical Center’s National Intrepid Center of Excellence. The year-long exhibit celebrates and honors the wounded, ill, and injured Service members and Veterans who have leveraged the power of healing arts to inspire their recovery, rehabilitation, reintegration or transition to civilian life.

The Wounded Warrior Healing Arts Exhibit also sends a powerful message, conveying the importance of healing arts initiatives that are enabling healing, and highlighting the growing value of such programs across the Military Health System. Additionally, it encourages innovative collaborations and partnerships across military and civilian domains, empowering more Service members and Veterans to engage in meaningful healing arts opportunities.

The exhibit is sponsored by the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), Washington Headquarters Services, Executive Services Directorate and managed by OSD Graphics and Presentations Division.

The below artworks include a sampling of what viewers can expect at the exhibit. For more information about the artworks included in the Wounded Warrior Healing Arts Exhibit, or the wide-ranging benefits of Healing Arts, please email the Office of Warrior Care Policy at warriorcare@osd.mil.


Air Force Wounded Warrior Program

PHOTO-OF-MALLORY-DINKEL'S-ARTWORK-TITLED-BLOOD-MOON

“Blood Moon”
Medium: Acryllic
Year Created: 2015
Artist: Mallory Dinkel

PHOTO-OF-MOUNTAINS-AND-SERENE-LAKE-TAKEN-BY-AIR-FORCE-VETERAN-DAVID-LONG

“Be Still”
Medium: Photo (Canon 5Dmk3 24-105L 4.0 30 sec f/22)
Year Created: 2016
Artist: David Long

PHOTO-OF-JUSTIN-JORDAN'S-ARTWORK-TITLED-CHAOTIC-BLUE

“Chaotic Blue”
Medium: Acryllic
Year Created: 2016
Artist: Justin Jordan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Army Warrior Care and Transition

PHOTO-OF-MULTIPLE-FOOT-PROSTHETIC-PIECES-LINED-UP-TAKEN-BY-JOSHUA-FERGUSON

“Extra Parts”
Medium: Photo
Year Created: Unknown
Artist: Joshua L. Ferguson

PHOTO-OF-ARTWORK-CREATED-BY-TIMOTHY-GOODRICH-TEXT-ON-MIXED-MEDIA-SAYS-THE-CULPEPER-MINUTE-MEN-LIBERTY-OR-DEATH-DON'T-TREAD-ON-ME

“Heritage”
Medium: Mixed Media
Year Created: 2017
Artist: Timothy M. Goodrich

PHOTO-OF-SERVICE-MEMBER-WITH-PROSTHETIC-LEG-TAKEN-BY-JOSHUA-FERGUSON

“Thank You for Your Service”
Medium: Photo
Year Created: Unknown
Artist: Joshua L. Ferguson

 

Navy Wounded Warrior – Safe Harbor

PHOTO-OF-BARBED-WIRE-CREATED-BY-DAVID-LENAHAN

“Untitled”
Medium: Photo
Year Created: Unknown
Artist: David Lenahan

PHOTO-OF-LIGHT-FLARE-IN-CAVE-TAKEN-BY-DAVID-LENAHAN

“Untitled”
Medium: Photo
Year Created: Unknown
Artist: David Lenahan

PHOTO-OF-SUN-HAZE-ON-DESERT-HORIZON-TAKEN-BY-DAVID-LENAHAN

“Untitled”
Medium: Photo
Year Created: Unknown
Artist: David Lenahan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

National Intrepid Center of Excellence 

PHOTO-OF-ARMY-MASK-CREATED-THROUGH-NATIONAL-INTREPID-CENTER-OF-EXCELLENCE-HEALING-ARTS-PROGRAM

“Untitled”
Medium: Paper Mache/ Mixed Media
Year Created: Unknown
Artist: Service member, U.S. Army

PHOTO-OF-NAVY-MASK-CREATED-THROUGH-NATIONAL-INTREPID-CENTER-OF-EXCELLENCE-HEALING-ARTS-PROGRAM

“Untitled”
Medium: Paper Mache/ Mixed Media
Year Created: Unknown
Artist: Service member, U.S. Navy

PHOTO-OF-MARINE-CORPS-MASK-CREATED-THROUGH-NATIONAL-INTREPID-CENTER-OF-EXCELLENCE-HEALING-ARTS-PROGRAM

“Untitled”
Medium: Paper Mache/ Mixed Media
Year Created: Unknown
Artist: Service member, U.S. Marine Corps

PHOTO-OF-MARINE-CORPS-MASK-CREATED-THROUGH-NATIONAL-INTREPID-CENTER-OF-EXCELLENCE-HEALING-ARTS-PROGRAM

“Untitled”
Medium: Paper Mache/ Mixed Media
Year Created: Unknown
Artist: Service member, U.S. Marine Corps

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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