Sam Fulks joined our Artist Collective in May of 2014. He is from Gallatin, TN and has been homeless on and off for almost 10 years. Sam creates sculptures, paintings, and copper etchings. He began studying art at the age of six with an art teacher in his neighborhood. Sam attended the Art Institute of Atlanta where he studied photography. Sam has battled addiction and to him, art is therapy. By staying focused on God, the ones he loves and art, he is able to keep him out of himself on the right path. He says that Poverty and the arts has been one of the greatest opportunities in his life.
"This program has helped me to have a positive attitude and outlook on life today." - Sam