Adair’s Definitions of Creativity and Wellness:
Creativity–To be creative is to handle life’s challenges from an enlightened perspective. Creativity honors the unknown, it delights in and ignites spontaneous joy.
Wellness–Wellness is the experience of balanced, free-flowing energy on many levels–body, mind, emotions, spirit. To feel well is to accept the whole of who you are.
Read about her in the FCBuzz (Arts & Culture of Fairfield County) section of the Fairfield County Business Journal, “Life as an Artist in Fairfield County.”
Adair Wilson Heitmann, BFA graduated cum laude from the College of Visual and Performing Arts at Syracuse University. She also took classes and workshops at The Art Students League in NYC, Visual Studies Workshop in Rochester, NY and the Center for Contemporary Printmaking in Norwalk, CT.
She has studied with Mitch Lyons, Bea Nettles, Anthony Palumbo, George McNeil, Jane Kaufman, Bruce Manwaring, Don Cortese, Henry Gernhardt, Arnold Gasson, Joseph Jachna, and Melissa Shook.
Adair is an artist, writer, and teacher who is a pioneer in the field of personal development. With over four decades experience she has earned her title of creativity and wellness expert. She is an award-winning author, popular professional speaker, and a fine artist. Adair was the Founder and Director of The Center for Creativity & Wellness for 15 years, and is a former university adjunct instructor in graphic design. She has been interviewed as an authority on blogging, social media, meditation, dreams, stress management, and entrepreneurship in online news, television, and radio.
Adair inspires her readers and engages audiences by illuminating “how-to” points through storytelling, humor, and practical advice. 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 and Who’s Who in American Education. Adair’s multifaceted background helps her connect with all types of audiences.
Writing: Versatile Blogger Award plus Harvard Medical School awarded her a prize for her book proposal, and her work has been published in four anthologies and numerous magazines.
Art: Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism grant recipient, and cited in Connecticut magazine “Experts Name Seven Connecticut Artists Who are Good Investments.” Exhibiting fine artist in New England, New York City, and the United Kingdom.
Well-being: The University of California’s selection as the only healing consultant from Connecticut for the first formal pilot study of distant healing, later cited in the book Infinite Grace.
Author Platforms: VoiceAmerica, Talk Radio, featured guest on Blogging for Business and More.
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