THE ARTIST AND SOME OF HER PLACED WORKS
Creator of Project
Memorials and Paintings at http://www.artbysan.com
San is an American Artist from the State of Indiana who now resides in Southwest Florida. Having grown up in the Midwest she learned the basic values of being kind to your neighbors and those less fortunate, to appreciate the history of our United States struggles for Democracy and the the value of leaving a legacy for future generations by creating a body of work as authentic, historical memorials. San believes everyone has the right to see and touch such memorials to contemplate on a healing process into the future.
San, Kay Krapf and President Ed
Ray of Oregon State University.
Shown with the sculpture called
Socratic Way. This was set in the Memorial Union Hall on campus. The Art Department made a special 12 foot by 5-foot glass display to showcase this sculpture that is about 200 lbs.
The 10 Year Anniversary of 9/11 Sculpture located in
Bethlehem, PA by City Hall
SAN and Mayor John Callahan, of Bethlehem, PA, from 2004 - 2014 are standing by the first sculpture of the Project 911UP series is titled VICTORII REBUILD. It took 8 months to create from design concept, to cutting, polishing and final sealing. Its permanent placement was on September 11, 2011 in honor of the 10 year anniversary of 911. Located next to City Hall, a public ceremony was held with speeches given by San, Mayor Callahan and Rich Parrish, CEO of Impact Environmental who was on site, two days after the towers fell.
The triangle sculpture shown here is in the Tunnel to Towers mobile museum that is currently traveling all over North America. We are pleased here at Project 911UP to know that so many people are being able to see this museum and that this sculpture is in one of the first displays you see as soon as you come up the ramp onto the vehicle. It is a must go to museum if this comes to your town.
UTAH FALLEN WARRIOR MEMORIAL
At the Fort Douglas
National Military Museum
Salt Lake City, UT
Utah's Governor Herbert, is shown standing along with Benefactors, Dave and Raette Belcher on the dedication day and permanent placement of the Utah Fallen Warrior Memorial. This sculpture is the focal point of a one acre outdoor section of the Fort Douglas National Military Museum. It was created to Honor all soldiers fallen in the State of Utah since the Gulf War to present day. The Gold Star families of Utah meet here every year to have a meal and share stories in remembrance of their loved ones lost by paying homage through this memorial.
This sculpture is in Winthrop Harbor, Illinois and is the main part of their 9/11 memorial which will be completed on May 24th, 2020. It is about 20 inches squared and weighs about 350 lbs. It was given to Leigh Gardella Woods and family and it is at the VFW post #7448 as a permanent 9/11installation. It is titled: Gold Star 11. Never Forget.
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