Artists Spotlight – Tom Holdman
Tom was born to Floyd and Ann Holdman. He was raised in Orem Utah. A speech impediment caused Tom to struggle in many ways. He turned to art to sooth his soul and build relationships. He found he could speak to people through art. Overtime, he developed a belief that art is it’s own language.
To communicate verbally, Tom has to carefully focus his thoughts and make every word count. This practice of careful focus spills through to his art where he focuses his most important messages for others through inspiring, uplifting, faith building monumental art works. He makes beautiful art glass windows in hopes to inspire people to do wonderful things and to have faith.
Tom decided to build stain glass windows as a result of answered prayers while serving as a missionary in Dallas Texas. Tom’s first work of glass was for a private residence. His second piece showed that his talent was phenomenal. His second piece entitled Windows of the Imagination can be found in the Orem Public Library. Since then, Tom has created many stain glass windows. Among his favorite works are those found in the temples for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Anyone who would like to see his work up close may visit The Art Institute located at Thanksgiving Point – 3001 North Thanksgiving Way, Lehi, UT 84043. To call for more information dial 801-766-4111. The Art Institute shop is open to the public. Also, you can learn more about his art at http://www.holdmanstudios.com/.
Hart for Healing thanks Tom Holdman for inspiring the world and sharing his talent.
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The Hart for Healing Board of Directors would like to welcome all first time visitors to this site and thank our initial artists for the works they have shared. This site serves individuals in need of healing through professionals qualified to help people through difficult challenges. Sexual misbehavior wreaks havoc in the lives of those affected. That is why the art on this site is important. The art provided on this site contributes to finances that lead to healing. The initial artists that have contributed to this site thus far were kind enough to provide a few pieces to get the site started. We want to recognize them for their contribution and express our grattitude.
We are in need of more art to expand the offerings and make Hart for Healing more appealing. Please invite all excellent artists you know to consider donating an electronic image of their art. They can express interest to do this by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for contacting artists you know and for spreading the news of this charitable organization.
Finally, remember that even a donation of $1 makes a difference. Donations can be made on the site without purchasing art.
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