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Dedication

This exhibition and Web site are a tribute to the heroes who have served their countries in wars throughout the world. The art celebrates the strength and spirit of injured troops, wounded civilians, and their families, as well as the commitment of the orthopaedic surgeons who assist them on their journey to recovery.

Introduction

All of the artists in Wounded in Action: An Art Exhibition of Orthopaedic Advancements have explored, both literally and figuratively, their feelings toward the loss of limbs and other musculoskeletal wounds - the majority of which are the result of war. The artists include military personnel who live with orthopaedic injuries and family members who helped them through their recovery process. Orthopaedic surgeons who treat wounded military and civilians and whose lives have been affected by war and their own experience with such injuries are also artists in this exhibition.

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<strong>Gunner</strong> by <a href="artist.php?artist_uid=11">Noah Breuer

Gunner
by Noah Breuer