What is "Art of War"?
“Art of War” started as an 18 piece exhibit through the color-blind eyes of this eclectic war hero. Moments in time that were captured and shared, explaining through subtle wording and relentless color schemes defined what you were looking at. Despite his extreme color-blindness, Phillip has been courageous enough to just paint what he sees, not what he thinks the rest of us see. Painting this way is not only bold, but liberating from the confines of color theory.
12 of these paintings are available to purchase in a 2022 calendar which raised over 20k to fund the Veterans Art Scholarship at the North Port Art Center. 6 of the 18 paintings were left only to be seen by those visited the exhibit in person. These would be the first 6 paintings/months of a new 2023 Calendar. With an additional 6 paintings added by Sgt. Phillip S. Moore, we have another great opportunity to raise additional funds with a final 12 "Art of War" paintings included in a 2023 Calendar. Purchasing both calendars will complete your collection. Phillip will sign them before mailing your calendars.
The 2022 "Art of War" Calendar is now a collectors item and the inaugural calendar for The Veterans Art Scholarship. Please purchase the 2022 and 2023 to complete your collection and help us share the healing power of art and camaraderie.
100% of sales and donations fund the
Veterans Art Scholarship at the North Port Art Center.
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