Voices Art Gallery Archive
Stained Glass Works by Timothy McEachren
Some See Paint. Others See Hope. from the Lilly Oncology On Canvas: Expressions of a Cancer Journey art competition and exhibition
About Stained Glass WorksIt all started when I ventured out with my wife to learn a few new skills. We tried Country Line Dancing and Stain Glass. I was awful at Country Line Dancing my wife wasn't. I excelled in stain glass my wife didn't. Ever since the class, which has been fifteen years now, I continue to enjoy the hobby. I enjoy it so much it has evolved into converting part of my pole barn into a stain glass studio packed with an abundance of supplies and materials!
Manipulating the stain glass supplies and materials into stunning pieces of art has kept and continues to keep my mind active. I especially find joy when others admire and appreciate the work I have created. This fulfillment has proved and continues to provide me with a positive mind set for the times I needed it the most!
About the Lilly Oncology On Canvas: Expressions of a Cancer Journey ExhibitThis biennial art competition invites people from the United States and Puerto Rico diagnosed with any type of cancer as well as their families, friends, caregivers and healthcare providers to express, through art and narrative, the life-affirming changes that give their cancer journeys meaning. To date, more than 4,100 individuals touched by cancer have submitted artwork and narratives to Lilly Oncology On Canvas. Artwork from the competition is currently touring cancer centers, hospitals and patient advocacy events nationwide and in Puerto Rico. Lilly Oncology On Canvas is presented by Lilly Oncology in partnership with the National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship (NCCS), which advocates for quality cancer care for all Americans and provides tools that empower people affected by cancer to advocate for themselves. For further information on Lilly Oncology On Canvas, visit www.LillyOncologyOnCanvas.com.
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