Edie Hand was one of the producers of the movie, Colors of Character about the life of the artist, Steve Skipper. Through her efforts and the production team they were able to bring this story to the screen.
Steve Skipper is one of the most prolific artists in the realms of sports, civil-rights, equestrian, portraiture, and Christian artwork. Skipper has shattered barriers of race and education in the art world. He is the first African American to complete artwork sanctioned by NASCAR, the University of Alabama, PGS, and PBR. He also has work hanging on permanent display in some of the most hallowed halls in America, including the Pro Football Hall of Fame, College Football Hall of Fame, Alabama Sports Hall of Fame, and International Sports Halls of Fame; the Paul W Bryant Museum; the Lyndon B Johnson Presidential Library and Museum; and has been honored with unveilings at Chelsea Piers in NYC, the MGM Grand and Monte Carlo in Las Vegas, and Millennium Gate Museum in Atlanta, Georgia.