Titus uses seeds of peace in ‘Bad Art’

Bev Titus, mother of Alicia Titus, who was a flight attendant aboard American Flight 11 during the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, is one of the artists for the ninth annual “Bad Art by Good People” fundraiser, in which non-artists auction their art for charity. She is co-founder of the Alicia Titus Memorial Peace Fund.

“Bad Art by Good People” features works by non-artists, which are auctioned for charity.

Her painting of a sunflower will be auctioned off this week. Titus described it to the Urbana Daily Citizen as “represent[ing] seeds of peace. The sunflower brings a sense of hope and life as it continually graces us with its presence, reaching towards the light (sun) and grounding itself in the earth.”

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