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By Kevin Degidon https://kevindegidonspectrumart.weebly.com Kevin is a versatile artist who works in various art forms including: • Acrylic painting • Book illustration • Sculpture • Interactive art • Installation artwork • Writing Source: The Art of Autism
15.12.2020 · From The Art of Autism
The Matchsellers is an animated poem about Tommy a veteran who finds himself homeless and begging on the streets of London. Poem by Dr. Ian C. Hale Animated by Gary Jesch Compiled by Keri Bowers The point I hoped to convey in the animation is that the sad remnants of war, and the lack of peace, ar…
07.12.2020 · From The Art of Autism
El Dolor del Ruido By Alan Robinson Duele cualquier palabra, prefiero el silencio duele el pasado, necesito el silencio duele el futuro, deseo el silencio duele toda conversación… soy el silencio.   Aturden, los oídos zumban, nubes en mi mirada celeste vientos en mis oídos subterráneos   …
17.11.2020 · From The Art of Autism
Poetry by Sophie Dutsch-Zdanowicz Into the Black Pound in my head, chill in my skin Rattling breath stuck in my lungs Into the black Full moon in full glow, but does not Shine to where I stand Into the black Abandoned street, broken windows Hustle and bustle of maintown Muffled by distance and an ev…
03.11.2020 · From The Art of Autism
Poetry by Sophie Dutsch-Zdanowic Into the Black Pound in my head, chill in my skin Rattling breath stuck in my lungs Into the black Full moon in full glow, but does not Shine to where I stand Into the black Abandoned street, broken windows Hustle and bustle of maintown Muffled by distance and an eve…
20.10.2020 · From The Art of Autism
By Samantha Craft I am a neurodivergent individual. The modern-day term of what it means to be neurodivergent is extremely fluid in nature. Mood disorders, such as PTSD, are appearing under the neurodivergent umbrella, as are brain injuries that cause cognitive impairments or differences. Neurodiver…
21.09.2020 · From The Art of Autism
By Matteo Musso Hi, I am a 15 year old guy with autism. I have been silent most of my life, at least regarding using spoken language as a primary way of communicating. I was introduced to the letter board when I was 11½ years old. To live in this society without the use of spoken language is so cha…
23.08.2019 · From The Art of Autism
By Greg Burns My language is more than words and so is yours My language moves with the wind and turns with the earth It twinkles with the stars above and ripples with the waves My language is something you do not learn but I must learn your language I must force my mouth to form the words with teet…
07.08.2019 · From The Art of Autism
This writing is dedicated to those who understand the autistic people of this world to be unique and special, and who would not want them any other way. The Autistic Plea for Understanding Why do you look upon me the way you do, you who see me as a standout. When you look upon me, you see s…
26.06.2019 · From The Art of Autism
Thank you, thank you to all the creative, magical and diverse individuals who shared words and peace-filled images with us to honor World/International Peace Day ~ September 21, 2018. We imagine a world where every day is PEACE DAY, lived to the best of our imaginations, consciousness, heart, and ac…
21.09.2018 · From The Art of Autism
“The Dove of Peace, more than anything that’s something this world needs, peace. He is flying through the city at night in front of a billboard that shows the earth holding a banner reading “Peace”. I love to draw. I think it’s because it calms me down. For whatever reason I a…
04.09.2018 · From The Art of Autism
By Kimberly Gerry Tucker Someone once told me, “I don’t understand your poetry! What is the meaning?!” I had to contemplate that before I answered. Finally, I said, “Read it slowly and see the images it evokes. Ask yourself, what does Kim’s poetry mean to me?” The sidewalk I’m on is pitted, crumblin…
12.08.2018 · From The Art of Autism
By Chris Richardson It’s been proven that working with autistic students’ creativity and stimulating their imagination enhances the learning process, and helps them absorb information faster. Teaching your students how to create poems is a great way for them to start accumulating new information, an…
08.07.2018 · From The Art of Autism
Autism Sonata by Neena Wagh A world viewed with squinted eyes different sounds howling in the ears spinning and swirling like a derwish, laughing at me, laughing with me, a mystery waiting to be unfold, catch me..catch me if you can, breathless, I am caught unaware! making sense of things beyond me,…
16.09.2017 · From The Art of Autism
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