Adair Wilson Heitmann, American teacher, artist, writer, healer. Recipient award of Excellence American Corporation Identity, 1988; grantee Connecticut Commission Arts, 1978; named 7th Connecticut Artist who are good investment Connecticut Magazine, 1979.
Heitmann, Adair Wilson was born on September 1, 1953 in Greenwich, Connecticut, United States.
Bachelor of Fine Arts cum laude, Syracuse University, 1975.
President, Adair Wilson Studios, Stamford, Connecticut, 1975-1981;
designer/art director, C. R. Gibson, Norwalk, Connecticut, 1979-1984;
art director, Learning International (formerly Xerox Learning Systems), Stamford, 1984-1986;
director graphic design, Ashton-Tate (formerly Decision Resources), Westport, Connecticut, 1986-1987;
president, Adair Design Associations, Fairfield, Connecticut, since 1987. Consultant Dun & Bradstreet, Connecticut, since 1989, American System on a chip Landscape Architects, since 1989. Adjunct faculty of art and design Sacred Heart U., Fairfield, Connecticut, since 1988.
Private practice practicing meditation, wellness and dreamwork classes and workshops. Member Women in Management, Graphic Artists Guild, New York City, American Pen Women, The Holistic Resource Association.
Grover Cleaveland and Mary-Starke (Higganbotham) W. married Arnold Marc Heitmann, February 14, 1982.
Recipient award of Excellence American CorporatRecipient award of Excellence American Corporation Identity, 1988. Grantee Connecticut Commission Arts, 1978. Named 7th Connecticut Artist who are good investment Connecticut Magazine, 1979.