Len Luterbach

Len Luterbach is an independent artist working with the mind-body relationship and linguistic theory.  His work explores the relationship between art and psyche and the nature of reality and experience.   Themes such as sexuality, full and open speech, and the taboo are found throughout.  An eight year Navy veteran, Len served in Europe, the Middle East, and the United … Read More

Terace Garnier

Hi, I’m Terace. After serving for seven years in the U.S. Air Force and D.C. Air National Guard, I founded Live Edge Artistry. I live in a creative world surrounded by stunning, vibrant colors and shapes that embody different textures, materials, and symmetry. Each hand-crafted piece of my artwork is created with upcycled materials using my personal artistic taste. Add … Read More

Rick Grime

Rick Grime is a self-taught abstract painter and Air Force veteran. Rick was always drawn to the arts, but only answered the call as his military career was coming to a close.  His time serving in the nuclear missile complex of Minot, North Dakota became part of the inspiration that drove him to paint and embrace the concepts of gender … Read More

Alejandro Castanon

Alejandro began his journey as an artist in 2011 after serving eight years active duty in the U.S. Air Force as a combat engineer. His desire to help raise his daughter is what brought him back home to Texas. In 2011 Alejandro opened the Vino Dipinte Art Gallery in San Angelo, TX. in 2014 Alejandro’s art began reaching collectors in … Read More

Steve Rands

Born in Fairfax, VA, Steve Rands does not view himself as a traditional professional artist. To the contrary, he is a retired Naval Officer, helicopter pilot and veteran of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. Though he does hold degrees in mechanical engineering, and human systems integration, his only formal training as an artist has been through a few classes … Read More

Eric Mansfield

Eric Mansfield is a U.S. Army veteran with service in Iraq, Honduras, Hurricane Katrina and state emergencies during his 20-year career with the Ohio Army National Guard. A retired Major, Eric continues to serve the Army representing soldiers, families and veterans in the Buckeye state with his appointment from the Pentagon as the Civilian Assistant to the Secretary of the … Read More

Joan Zopf-Faram

Photography isn’t simply her vocation; it’s her way of life. Interpreting the world around her through the art she creates from the world around her is a passion – one she’s had for nearly 40-years. Her talent was initially noticed while serving as a Photographer’s Mate in the U.S. Navy. In 1983, she was selected by a portfolio review to … Read More

Dennis Clancey

Dennis is a U.S. Army veteran. A graduate of West Point, his service included a year in Iraq’s Triangle of Death as an infantry platoon leader and executive officer in the 502nd Infantry Regiment of the 101st Airborne Division. After six years of active-duty service and four years of operations experience in Europe and North America with Amazon.com, Dennis is now … Read More

Kensington Schneider

Kensington “Kensi” Schneider is a veteran of the Army Reserve. She has a B.A. in, both, international relations and public relations from Syracuse University. In 2013, she had the opportunity to work at Sesame Street as a Transmedia Production Assistant, curating content for SesameStreet.org and coordinating efforts to ensure seamless messaging across On-Air programming, PR, YouTube, PBS-affiliate site, digital and … Read More

Brian Duchaney

Brian Duchaney is a freelance editor and writer.  A ten year veteran of the U.S. Army, his memoir about his military service, published by the journal War, Literature, & the Arts, was nominated for inclusion in the Best American Essays of 2014 and will be included in the forthcoming anthology: Quagmire:  Personal Responses to Iraq and Afghanistan (University of Nebraska … Read More