About

My personal narratives and poetry are published in books and anthologies, in articles about creativity, wellness, nature, writing, meditation, dreams, parenting, and the mind/body/spirit connection, and I’m an award-winning artist, writer, and storyteller.

I’m active in the international visual storytelling community that celebrates humanity, PechaKucha and I write and present true personal theme-based stories in libraries, theaters, churches, and beyond.

My fine art has been in juried shows, solo, two-person, three-person, and group exhibitions in galleries and museums since 1974 in the United Kingdom, Illinois, Connecticut, New York, Vermont, and Massachusetts and is in many private collections. I received my BFA cum laude with a major in Printmaking (minor in Photography) from the College of Visual and Performing Arts at Syracuse University and I studied at the Visual Studies Workshop in Rochester, NY and The Art Students League in New York City.

Concurrently, I’ve had award-winning careers in art, graphic design, marketing, and corporate communications. I am a recipient of a Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism Grant and was cited in Connecticut Magazine, “Experts Name 7 Connecticut Artists Who Are Good Investments.”

As a graphic designer, writer, and educator I’ve led writing workshops and have worked in design, marketing, and communications for municipal, literary, creative, entrepreneurial, academic, health and wellness, in for profit/not-for-profit, and corporate environments.

Oh yes, and I’ve won a bunch of other honors, grants, and awards along the way.

For further information please see Adair Wilson Heitmann’s website at: www.adairheitmann.com

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