Tour, Observe, Support, Tug's Virtual Creative Brain Booth

 

Yountville, CA- In these unprecedented times where our resiliency is being tested, we have art! For the past four years, the Tug McGraw Foundation has participated in the Town of Yountville's "Sip and Stroll". An annual event where community can "sip" a glass of wine from their favorite Yountville vintner, stroll the picturesque culinary streets of Yountville and view the work of local artists.

 

 

The Tug McGraw Foundation's Creative Brain Booth at the event is designed to help promote the benefits of art for the brain. We do this by exhibiting art created by veteran residents from the Veterans Home of California, Yountville.

 

Although cancelled during the health crisis, The Tug McGraw Foundation is creating an opportunity for the Veterans Home of California, Yountville artists to connect with the community and exhibit their artwork through our website. 

 

 

"It's our hope by bringing you this virtual exhibit that we are giving our audience a "Special" opportunity to not only show off and own a piece of their remarkable work; but to further our knowledge on how art relates to our brain's wellness. Studies show that by creating and or by observing art that you can reduce your cortisol (stress hormone)." Jennifer Brusstar, CEO The Tug McGraw foundation  

 

The Tug McGraw Foundation's Creative Brain Virtual Art Booth will run through the month of April and May.  Proceeds go directly back to the artist and their art programs.

 

The Tug McGraw Foundation's  Creative Brain Virtual Art Booth will run through the month of April and May.  Proceeds go directly back to the artist and their art programs. 

 

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Take the Tour in Tug's Virtual Creative Brain Booth 

 

 

 

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