Poignant, Uncensored Art by U.S. Veterans of War

Angel in the Desert, by Markus Ericksen

The National Veterans Art Museum of Chicago collects and preserves the art of U.S. veterans in every visual form except dance. This week, the NVAM moves from its former location to a new one on Milwaukee Ave. in Chicago. Thankfully, the museum received a grant that allows them to exhibit high-resolution photos of every work online. 

Between Desolation and Nuclear Skies, by Robert Hanson

The Wall, by Michael Rumery

It's difficult to choose just a few pieces that can be fully representative of what's on exhibit at NVAM, but you can find a small collection here, or peruse the entire museum's offerings at the NVAM Online Collection. Link - via

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