art of independence

The Independence Day of United States reminds me of the disabled artists as they have also claimed independence by excelling through their passion and talents in art. The artwork of these 9 disabled artists in United States deeply touch my heart.

1. Michael Starosky (Richmand, California) has never worked in any art medium until at the age of 48. This untitled work, informally called Orange Head, makes me smile. Read more about his work at niadart.org.

Untitled (Orange Head)

Untitled (Orange Head) by Michael Starosky

2. Taneya Lovelace (San Francisco, California) is able to express herself through her dramatic canvases. I will be grateful if I can hang Green Spray in the centre of my living room and enjoy her wonderful work everyday. Read more about her work at creativityexplored.org.

Green Spray by Taneya Lovelace

Green Spray by Taneya Lovelace

3. Emily Alexander (Chicago, Illinois) wants “the viewer to see the picture plane as mysterious, and search for the little details that make this mystery.” Butterfly symbolizes the journey of metamorphosis. Read more about her work at vsarts.org.

Butterfly by Emily Alexander

Butterfly by Emily Alexander

4. William Coppola (Palm Desert, California) created this artwork, Boy and Man at Piano: Ragazzo E Maestro, in 1996, which gives me a sense of warmth. Read more about his work at vsarts.org.

Boy and Man at Piano by William Coppola

Boy and Man at Piano by William Coppola

5. Albert Chi Hwang (Merced, California) formed his unique style of paintings. Apollo is part of his ‘Circle & Square’ collection, and makes me can’t stop gazing at it. Read more about him at albertchihwang.com.

Apollo by Albert Chi Hwang

Apollo by Albert Chi Hwang

6. Sarah Beren (Rochester, New York) uses the body of rabbit as a metaphor for the psyche. I thought it is a smart way to convey her message. Read more about her work at vsarts.org.

Untitled (Rabbit-Turquoise) by Sarah Beren

Untitled (Rabbit-Turquoise) by Sarah Beren

7. Isaac Powell (Pullman, Washington) says “The title [Growthplate] is personal to me because my right arm was damaged in the womb.” Checkout his portfolio as all his creations are amazing. Read more about his work at isaacpowell.com and vsarts.org.

Growthplate by Isaac Powell

Growthplate by Isaac Powell

8. Matthew Krawcheck (Miami, Florida) inspires me how to “turn challenge into an advantage”. Read more about his work at mattkrawcheck.com and vsarts.org.

Three Self-Portraits

Three Self-Portraits by Matthew Krawcheck

9. Betty Bernard (Galveston, Texas) is good at making art. Spirits and Saints is my favorite piece among her portfolio. Read more about her work at creativityexplored.org.

Spirits and Saints by Betty Benard

Spirits and Saints by Betty Benard

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