Flag woven from military uniforms on display at San Antonio International Airport

7/2/2022 5:30:00 AM

Flag woven from military uniforms on display at San Antonio International Airport

San Antonio International Airport, San Antonio

Flag woven from military uniforms on display at San Antonio International Airport

Jeffrey Stenbom’s “Freedom’s Threads” will be on display to the public at the airport through January 2023.

(San Antonio International Airport)SAN ANTONIO– A giant flag woven from the uniforms of 140 servicemembers is on display at the San Antonio International Airport.The “Freedom’s Threads” installation created by artistJeffrey Stenbomrepresents all six branches of the military with pieces of material from 140 different uniforms worn in conflicts all the way back to World War I.

“When I’m taking those worn uniforms and weaving a flag with those uniforms that were worn by those members who have bled, sweat and cried while wearing those uniforms is such a powerful thing,” Stenbom said in a video about the project created by USAA.

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(San Antonio International Airport) SAN ANTONIO – A giant flag woven from the uniforms of 140 servicemembers is on display at the San Antonio International Airport. The “Freedom’s Threads” installation created by artist Jeffrey Stenbom represents all six branches of the military with pieces of material from 140 different uniforms worn in conflicts all the way back to World War I. The idea of such a ballpark has been kicked around for years, but County Judge Nelson Wolff said the current effort is promising. “When I’m taking those worn uniforms and weaving a flag with those uniforms that were worn by those members who have bled, sweat and cried while wearing those uniforms is such a powerful thing,” Stenbom said in a video about the project created by USAA. can be purchased online or at the Guadalupe Theater box office. Stenbom weaved the 25-foot by 12-foot American flag for USAA’s 100-year anniversary celebration. But Bernard Toomey, whose Toomey Family Limited Partnership owns 2. It took him more than 1,000 hours to complete it. Olivarez, 40, was found dead on Sept.

The “Freedom’s Threads” installation created by artist Jeffrey Stenbom represents all six branches of the military with pieces of material from 140 different uniforms worn in conflicts all the way back to World War I. They are not interested in selling, at least for now. Some of the films at the festival include. (San Antonio International Airport) Most of the uniforms were donated by USAA employees, a few of the pieces came from Stenbom’s grandfathers and he used one of his own uniforms for the project. Ad The Army veteran who served in Iraq turned to art after his service to help with challenges from PTSD, according to USAA officials. The Bexar Appraisal District values it at $6. “That flag is the symbol of our country. What protects the freedoms that we have are from those service members, and that should not be forgotten,” Stenbom said. Weston Urban’s effort was first reported by the San Antonio Heron, which also reported the developer offered to buy 0. Police said they now believe Hernandez is the person seen on the video.

His work will be on loan for display in the lobby of Terminal B through January 2023 as part of the Galleries @ SAT through the city’s Aviation Department’s Arts and Culture program. Next year, it will be transferred back to USAA headquarters for permanent display. San Antonio Missions’ C. The “Freedom’s Threads” installation created by artist Jeffrey Stenbom represents all six branches of the military with pieces of material from 140 different uniforms worn in conflicts all the way back to World War I. Also on KSAT: . Abrams gets a hit at Wolff Stadium.