Some of our soldiers and their families are broken by war and prolonged separations and often face psychological and physically debilitating changes after service. The art exhibit gives military families a safe place to heal. Otherwise, soldiers, like myself, never leave their battlefield experiences behind and move on.
This past spring Reflections of Generosity traveled to Fort Riley, Kansas and West Point where wounded warriors and cadets signed the work. In September, Hometown Hero II paintings will be unveiled at the U.S. Pentagon in Washington, D.C.