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Women's Vision Exhibit Ft. Bragg, NC

I was not only extremely honored but thrilled to be asked to partcipate in this event: Women's Vision: A Glimpse Through Her Eyes, March 25th, 2008, located on Ft. Bragg in North Carolina. This event was organized in accordance with President George W. Bush's proclamation that March 2008 would be for Women's History Month. Showcasing the role that women have played in our American way of life-from front line action on the battlefield to 'behind the scene' roles-contributors from across the country had exhibits, information and artwork. To name a few: The National Women's History Museum, North Carolina Museum of Art, Fayetteville Museum of Art, North Carolina Museum of Art and Cumberland County Art Council. Seven artists, both local and in surrounding states, also partcipated. What a wide array of amazing talent! I had a hard time believing that I was showing my work with these amazing artists--their talent was truly aweing. This photo shows an award of recognition given by the XVIII Airborne Corps Commander. Thank you to all who came and participated in the events and exhibits. It truly would have not been the same without you. :)

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Nikolaus 12 Jan 2009

Really nice work Kerra. I too love to draw military's been a few years ago when I did limited edition prints for Fort Bragg and the museums. The SF work is definitly specialized and rare, Congratuations.

stephanie atlee 02 Apr 2008

Congratulations...this must have been so exciting.

Steve Farr 01 Apr 2008

Congrats, Kerra!!! ~S

Alberto D'Assumpcao 31 Mar 2008

Congratulations, Kerra!!! Your talent deserves that!!!

Tom Sierak 31 Mar 2008

Congratulations Kerra! That's what being an artist is all about, isn't it?

Artist Reply: HI, Tom! Great to hear from you. :) I seem to be going in a gazillion directions at once! What are you working on as of now? I just started on some oil paintings--what a change from watercolor! I'm finding it amazing how quick you can throw down paint--as for me with watercolor, it takes SO much forethought before that brush ever touches the paper. Are you back down south or still up north? -Kerra