Victoria Moore Fine Art, on behalf of Childrenofatomicveterans.Org and StillGlowing.Org,
is honored the Smithsonian National Atomic Testing Museum in Las Vegas, Nevada is accepting the initial
artist’s proofs on Atomic Veteran’s Day, July 16th, 2021. We hope you can join us 12:30pm – 2:00pm
(presentation @ 1:00pm). https://nationalatomictestingmuseum.org
“Civil Cold Warriors” (20”w x 40”h/AP1) is one of two Director Michael Hall will be accepting. Atomic
Veteran’s Day is celebrated on the76th anniversary of the Trinity Test Blast. Created to honor and recognize
the Veterans of the initial land-based testing, the civilian frontline communities and downwinders so deeply
impacted who feel moved generations later to become civil cold warriors in trying to manage the consequences
now and for generations to come.
“Unintended Consequences” (24”w x 36”h/AP1) will also be joining the permanent collection from Victoria’s
Atomic Babylon collection. The second in the series, it is to honor and recognize those who have served in the
Pacific Proving Grounds (PPG). The civilian frontline indigenous communities so tragically impacted, and to
those who went in decades later, tasked to build Runit Dome from radioactive debris left from the 66 atomic
and thermonuclear tests conducted in the PPG. Known as the Enewetak Cleanup Veterans.
“Historically art has been one of societies inherited tools to reflect upon itself and their progress. The Atomic
Babylon Collection of paintings are one way for me to leave lasting impressions and spark conversations for
future generations.” “Putting my art into action, the original paintings will be auctioned at a later date as a way
to bring awareness to the Atomic Veterans and their families globally with a portion to benefit the genetic
transgenerational research Projects associated with ionizing radiation exposure. We are excited with
expanding options in traditional and emerging markets.” Dates and details will follow at StillGlowing.org
Victoria’s story may be unique, but she is just ONE of many. Her atomic family has given her such support
since she became aware she could talk about it in 2007. Victoria is a living lab rat. “It really was an isolated
family of us, clustered in silence for over four decades.” Her goal with the Atomic Babylon collection is to raise
awareness, funds and an ongoing mechanism to support relevant trans-generational research projects.
Kathy Sinai and I are dedicated to raising awareness for our communities and seeking self-care solutions
globally if we leverage the scientific advances and fund-raising opportunities in the private sector.
StillGlowing.org, as a legacy project, recognizes that nuclear weapons, energy, including their fuel chain and
waste sectors, carry inherent risk factors for ionizing radiation exposure to occur. Many families are
experiencing the transgenerational fall-out now. Raising awareness that modern genetic research and testing
has solutions can help us help ourselves.
Contributions are tax deductible to the limit the law allows for our 2021 PROJECTS listed at StillGlowing.Org