'Demons' & 'Beautiful Dancer' Selected as Part of Public Art Exhibition

December 15, 2017 -- Two pieces from the What I See Art collection were selected to be displayed in the Public Employee Art Exhibit in Las Vegas City Hall. Displayed for the first time in public were 'Demons' and 'Beautiful Dancer.'

Each year the Office of Cultural Affairs for the city of Las Vegas hosts the art exhibit which allows public employees to showcase skills and talents that would otherwise not have a place to be appreciated. 


'Beautiful Dancer' to Hang in Chick-Fil-A Headquarters

October 9, 2017 -- What I See Art has been awarded first prize in Chick-fil-A's A-List Gives Back Design Contest

'Beautiful Dancer' won the top honor as the piece reflects the community of developmentally challenged individuals with whom the artist, Shane Warner, works. 

The national contest sought to discover art/design that reflects the artist's focus on giving back to his or her community.  


What I See Art Receives International Recognition

September 1, 2017 -- What I See Art is proud to announce its first international art recognition. After submitting 'Beautiful Dancer' among 780 other entries from 26 countries, the original piece from the What I See Art collection was granted Special Recognition by the Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery. 'Beautiful Dancer' was judged against other 2D & 3D art in the 7th annual art contest.  

This juried art competition further expands What I See Art's profile within the art community. Thousands of monthly visitors to will now see What I See Art's 'Beautiful Dancer' displayed among the recognized pieces. 

Since launching in November of 2016, What I See Art has ialso raised nearly $2,000 to benefit the non-profit Tyler Robinson Foundation (