Ehren Tool

W. A. Ehren Tool is a ceramist whose work seeks to raise awareness about war. He attended University of California, Berkeley. A third-generation soldier who served as a Marine in Desert Shield and Desert Storm in 1991, Tool began studying drawing when he left the Corps in 1994. His work centers on the production of clay cups, which are decorated … Read More

Kent Twitchell

Kent Twitchell (born August 17, 1942, Lansing, Michigan) is an American muralist who is most active in Los Angeles. He is most famous for his realistic, multi storied mural portraits. After high school Twitchell joined the United States Air Force and was stationed in London, where he served as an illustrator. Upon his discharge, he studied art at East Los … Read More

John Waddell

John Henry Waddell, born in Des Moines, Iowa in 1921, began teaching art to adults when he was 16. After his Army service, he achieved his MFA and MAE from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Waddell headed art education at the New Bauhaus in Chicago, then at Arizona State University, before retiring from university teaching at age … Read More

Lawrence White

Lawrence White’s professional photography career spans over four decades. In that period of time, Mr. White’s photographic work has been seen world-wide in publications such as the NY Times, Boston Globe, Rolling Stone, Vogue, People, Time, Forbes, Der Spiegel and Le Monde. Lawrence won the NY Press Association award for his striking images of the terrorist attacks on NYC, 9-11-01. … Read More

Ron Whitehead

Ron Whitehead was born and raised in Maryland. After graduating high school in 1989, he joined the United States Army for four years. While in the Army, he served all four years as an infantryman and was stationed in Fort Polk Louisiana and Bamberg, Germany. His time in Germany was spent with the 1st Armored Division although their tour was … Read More

Roberto Carlos Zea

Roberto Carlos Zea is a Marine Corps Veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom.