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By Astrid Lempriere The printmaking technique called Lino Printing, which involves carving a design into a block of linoleum, has a rich history dating back to the early 1900s. Today, lino printing is a popular form of printmaking that allows artists to create intricate, textured designs on paper an…
01.04.2023 · From The Art of Autism
Ocean Eversley is a self-taught artist who started painting in 2020 during the pandemic. She use’s art (i.e., poetry, acrylic painting, collage, and photography) to express the beauty and the suffering she sees in the world. In addition, she uses art to highlight the injustices that BIPOC (Black, In…
07.03.2023 · From The Art of Autism
Ocean Eversely is a self-taught artist who started painting in 2020 during the pandemic. She use’s art (i.e., poetry, acrylic painting, collage, and photography) to express the beauty and the suffering she sees in the world. In addition, she uses art to highlight the injustices that BIPOC (Black, In…
06.03.2023 · From The Art of Autism
By Anastasia O’Melveny American Abolitionist, Civil Rights and Women’s Rights activist Sojourner Truth was born in slavery in 1797 in rural Ulster County, New York. She died in Battle Creek, Michigan in 1883 at the age of 105. She was first separted from her family and sold as a slave a…
25.02.2023 · From The Art of Autism
The Art of Autism mourns the loss of Lois Curtis in November 2022. Lois Curtis was an African American artist with intellectual and developmental disabilities and schizophrenia. Curtis paved the way for people with developmental and intellectual disabilities to get out of institutional settings and…
14.11.2022 · From The Art of Autism
Sylvia Yu is an 18-year-old Southern California based artist who at the age of 3 was diagnosed with autism. Sylvia Yu “Beauty” Early Art Sylvia had trouble interacting socially yet she was able to connect with the world through her wonderful artistic creations. She deals with life’s s…
29.09.2022 · From The Art of Autism
Header Image: Kabir Vernal “Coloured Hands” Hand imprints of Kabir Outlined and Coloured in using Acrylic Marker Pens on Ivory Paper. Kabir is a 10-year old mostly non-speaking child who loves playing with sticky textures, colors and the process of creating art. This is the Art of Auti…
21.09.2022 · From The Art of Autism
Cover Image: Michael Sardoni “Peace Dove for the Ukraine” Paper Mosaid and Digital Art “Peace Dove for the Ukraine represents hope that someday there will be peace in Ukraine and the whole world.” As we approach September 21, the date the United Nations has named the Inter…
19.09.2022 · From The Art of Autism
Cover Image: Emy Spinks “Stronger Together” This piece was inspired by the traditional dove that represents peace that Emy came across whilst researching peace, she likes the design and created her own version combining two doves to show coming together. Emy chose to add text referring …
17.09.2022 · From The Art of Autism
Header image: Adhyayan Trehan, Age 9 – Butterfly The Art of Autism is thrilled with all the children’s submissions in our 7th Annual Art & Poems for Peace initiative. We will be sharing poetry & art throughout the month of September. Last week we shared teen submissions. Thi…
07.09.2022 · From The Art of Autism
Header image: Rainbow Mosho, Age 13 “Let’s Bring Peace” PEACE By Aadi Narayan, Age 14 The world is so large But the mind is not that big My world is smaller than I see My eyes are searching for the views to calm me Saw only green leaves without colourful fruit Saw birds are flyin…
04.09.2022 · From The Art of Autism
By Dennis Procopio “Dennis, please just get in the f***ing car.” This was my mother, pleading with her 9-year-old son to sit in a friend’s car which had crushed velvet seats. I wouldn’t. I couldn’t. It felt…. unbearable. As she herself was diagnosed with a laundry list of clinical diagnoses includ…
13.08.2022 · From The Art of Autism
By Kit Oz I started painting oyster shells last year, as a lark. I’d seem some Dutch oyster shells painted with blue and white china patterns, and thought they were beautiful. As I have easy access to oysters here in Seattle, I thought it would be fun to take the idea of painting shells and make it …
20.07.2022 · From The Art of Autism
By Ryan Smoluk All Without Words As a self-advocate for autism awareness and a visual artist, I was so excited when this project came my way. It allowed me to create art that represents neurodiversity. I was free to create whatever images that flowed into my imagination. There were no boundaries. Cr…
15.05.2022 · From The Art of Autism
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