"I'm a multi-faceted creator. I’ve been an exhibiting artist since my first linoleum block print was shown in a statewide exhibition when I was in the 6th grade. Juried into exhibitions in solo shows, two person and group exhibitions in New England, NYC, and abroad I've worked in several mediums — printmaking, photography, mixed media, and watercolor. Currently, I'm working in clay monoprints and clay monotype chine collé collages, as well as in book arts and video essays." -Adair Wilson Heitmann
Adair Wilson Heitmann, BFA is an award-winning fine artist, contributing author, and storyteller who is published in three anthologies, in hundreds of articles about creativity, wellness, nature, writing, and the mind/body/spirit connection. She is active in the international visual storytelling community that celebrates humanity, PechaKucha.
She is a Visual Artist Grant recipient from the Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism and has been featured in Connecticut Magazine, Experts Name Seven Connecticut Artists Who Are Good Investments. As an award-winning graphic designer, writer, and educator she has worked in design, marketing, and communications for municipal, literary, creative, entrepreneurial, academic, health and wellness, for profit/not-for-profit, and corporate environments.