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I spent a good many years, struggling with alcoholism. It took me to places I should have never gone. It destroyed my first marriage. It destroyed relationships. It ruined many things in my life. I was so broken by alcohol that I tried even taking my own life. In this work of art, I tried to make a statement of how desperate I became and how low I felt. On the floor, by an old guitar, lays a page of the hymn, "Amazing Grace". The first few lines are... "Amazing Grace, how sweet the sound, that saved a wretch like me. I once was lost, but now I'm found. Was blind, but now I see." I really was the wretch the song refers to. I'm now 3 decades clean and sober. My story has been redeemed. (This version #2, is a smaller version of my original of the same name.)

Additional information about this artwork: This work of art is part of a traveling exhibit by Steve Head called, "Family Secrets". This powerful exhibit has been viewed by people from all around the world. Steve Head's exhibit has been featured on TV and in magazines. The Family Secrets exhibit even inspired a recent movie screenplay, entitled, "The Redemption of Mary Louisa McBroom". This movie project is still in development. Now - this same exhibit is on Spatial as a VR Art Gallery and can been seen and experienced by anyone, (with no geographical boundaries), on their computer or with VR Headsets like Oculus.

50% of all proceeds from NFT sales from this collection will go into the Steve and Cindy Head Charitable Trust for the purpose of helping survivors of childhood trauma.

This award winning Art Exhibit by Steve Head is a collection of works that tackle tough issues like: Child Abuse; Mental Illness; Suicide; Poverty; Childhood Trauma; and Generational Family Dysfunction. This exhibit has touched the hearts of people from all around the world. Using VR, (virtual reality), like Oculus, teachers from countries outside the United States are bringing their students into an online VR art gallery, to meet the artist and see the exhibit. The first such group were "at-risk" teenagers from Ukraine. The artist uses his own struggles and his own family story to express his pain and share his innermost wounds. In doing so, these artworks connect his heart - directly to the hearts of others in a visceral way. The response from young people and adults alike has been amazing. The purpose of this exhibit is to bring these topics out of the closet of shame and into the light. To openly talk about & share our hidden stories is the beginning of the healing process.
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I Am The Wretch #2 - Bronze 1/25

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I spent a good many years, struggling with alcoholism. It took me to places I should have never gone. It destroyed my first marriage. It destroyed relationships. It ruined many things in my life. I was so broken by alcohol that I tried even taking my own life. In this work of art, I tried to make a statement of how desperate I became and how low I felt. On the floor, by an old guitar, lays a page of the hymn, "Amazing Grace". The first few lines are... "Amazing Grace, how sweet the sound, that saved a wretch like me. I once was lost, but now I'm found. Was blind, but now I see." I really was the wretch the song refers to. I'm now 3 decades clean and sober. My story has been redeemed. (This version #2, is a smaller version of my original of the same name.)

Additional information about this artwork: This work of art is part of a traveling exhibit by Steve Head called, "Family Secrets". This powerful exhibit has been viewed by people from all around the world. Steve Head's exhibit has been featured on TV and in magazines. The Family Secrets exhibit even inspired a recent movie screenplay, entitled, "The Redemption of Mary Louisa McBroom". This movie project is still in development. Now - this same exhibit is on Spatial as a VR Art Gallery and can been seen and experienced by anyone, (with no geographical boundaries), on their computer or with VR Headsets like Oculus.

50% of all proceeds from NFT sales from this collection will go into the Steve and Cindy Head Charitable Trust for the purpose of helping survivors of childhood trauma.

This award winning Art Exhibit by Steve Head is a collection of works that tackle tough issues like: Child Abuse; Mental Illness; Suicide; Poverty; Childhood Trauma; and Generational Family Dysfunction. This exhibit has touched the hearts of people from all around the world. Using VR, (virtual reality), like Oculus, teachers from countries outside the United States are bringing their students into an online VR art gallery, to meet the artist and see the exhibit. The first such group were "at-risk" teenagers from Ukraine. The artist uses his own struggles and his own family story to express his pain and share his innermost wounds. In doing so, these artworks connect his heart - directly to the hearts of others in a visceral way. The response from young people and adults alike has been amazing. The purpose of this exhibit is to bring these topics out of the closet of shame and into the light. To openly talk about & share our hidden stories is the beginning of the healing process.
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