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BIAWA's last Annual Brain Injury Art Show was held at the Seattle Art Museum in 2019 was our largest in our eight years of hosting this event. It showcased art work from more than 65 survivors of Brain Injury.

For many survivors, artistic creation is a therapeutic outlet for cognitive recovery and mental health restoration, and the show offers a space for them to proudly show their work.

BIAWA is extremely grateful to the 2019 Art Show Presenting Sponsor, Friedman Rubin, for helping to make this possible!

Below are a few of the art pieces from our 2019 exhibition.

Betty Krull
Romantic Journey - Mixed Media

Denise Chew 
Short Term Memory - Photography


Earline Alston
Essence - Mixed on Birch Wood

Zee Abella Davenport
Ireland Flowers - Acrylic

Bret Hart
Self Portrait - Oil Paint

Aimee Graham 
Miss Soda - Photography

Gloria Pulliam
Transcendence - Acrylic

Sharron Newman
Stationary Motion - Acrylic on Metal

Esther Ervin
Mother Nature on the Run - Graphite on Art Board

Diane Rasch
Memories - Multi Media

Juli Sipe
Between Life and Death - Mixed Fused Glass and Plate Glass

Marc Fairbanks
Rose Reflecting Autumn – Photography

Ren Xie
Untitled - Acrylic Paint

Joel Chandler
Mountain Goat - Driftwood Sculpture

Keri Andrews
I Can’t – Resin

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