Art comes in many forms and happens for different reason. I Journey is proud to help promote artist as they create their art.  

**Some art work is for sale by artist and is not apart of I Journey**

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Artist Wanted

If you would like to have your art displayed please contact us


 
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SHAWN AUGUSTSON

ARTIST

Shawn Augustson, a self taught artist living in the United States began doing art as therapy. He joined the military after 9/11 where he served with the US Army in combat operations in Iraq from 2004 to 2006. Upon returning home from the war, he was diagnosed with PTSD, Anxiety and Major Depressive Disorder and injuries to his lower back.

With the encouragement of an art therapist during one of his hospital stays he began using art as a therapy tool to help him cope with the obtrusive thoughts and emotions he was experiencing.  Shawn believes his work is best described as Post Traumatic Expression™


 
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I Elites is proud to sponsor

Robert for his services to this country as a Marine

 

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Robert grew up just outside of Detroit Michigan until he joined the Marine Corps later in life at twenty-four. He  served with HMM-364 the Purple Foxes for four deployments 2004-2010. As an Aviation Ordnanceman with HMM-364 fixing machine guns and loading the counter measure flares . As a unit Robert  was part of the casualty evacuation mission. Resulting in his medical retirement 2012 with Post Traumatic Stress from his time overseas.

Robert found his passion for BMX once he was medically retired from the Wounded Warrior Battalion-West .

After several years of couch surfing and living on the streets Robert found an old bike and stated to train for his next adventure. 

Please Help Robert on his Journey and Donate to I Elites

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Sgt Robert Caudill served just under 9 years in the Marines as an Aviation Ordanaceman. With HMM-364 the Purple Foxes aboard the CH-46E during OIF performing Causality evacuation and general support from 2005-2010. Sgt Caudill was medical retired Aug 2012 due to his PTS where he now lives in Carlsbad  with his Girlfriend Erin Holmes and three dogs