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. Over the decades I’ve worked in many mediums — printmaking, photography, mixed media, and water color. Currently I’ve returned to my college printmaking roots, and am working in clay monoprints.
What I love about using leather-hard clay as a printmaking matrix is that I can add layer upon layer of colored pigments and textures, then I get only one chance to make one print! There’s magic and serendipity in this type of artwork, and that delights me, my collectors, and viewers.
Adair Wilson Heitmann, BFA is an artist, designer, writer, and speaker. She is an artist grant recipient from the Connecticut Department of Culture and Tourism, plus three awards of excellence from the American Corporate Identity Association. Heitmann has exhibited widely and her art is found in many collections, homes, and offices.
With a rich background in literature, business, health, education, and the arts she is listed in many Who’s Who including “The World’s Who’s Who of Women,” “Who’s Who in American Advertising,” and “Who’s Who in American Education.” Heitmann graduated, cum laude, with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the College of Visual and Performing Arts at Syracuse University.
Heitmann also traverses the worlds of creativity and wellness. Through her workshops, programs, essays, articles, and blogs, she teaches useful strategies. Her inspiring personal development techniques ignite creativity and show how to navigate both the everyday and professional worlds feeling whole and empowered.