Hire an Artist with SCI/D!

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Abby Theisen

I’m always willing to try new things and even enjoy a challenge, so requests and ideas are happily accepted! My biggest hope and motivation is for my art to bring people a bit of happiness and inspiration. Thank you for allowing me to share my passion with the world.

Aimee Hofmann

I feel the need to share my work with the rest of the world and bring happiness into people's personal spaces. I want my paintings to bring people to a place of serenity, vibrance and pure joy. These days, you can find me working on commissions in my home studio while juggling mom life. Everyday, I reflect at all the things to be grateful for and embrace right now.

Amanda Russel

Painter, illustrator, cartoonist, and embroidery artist specializing in portraits and word art.

Eleonore Despax

I am an illustrator from France. I am available for contract work. Please contact me via my listed email.

Kemi Yemi-Ese

Kemi Yemi-Ese is a paralyzed visual artist who specializes in creating vivid art pieces in oil paint inspired by various elements of the human experience.

Kiesha Mastrodimos

Kiesha is a C-5 C6 Incomplete Quadriplegic living in a small town in Alberta. Mainly tattoo designs and recreational drawing but open to try anything!

Laura Grace Beck

I am Laura Beck, a c6 quadriplegic, currently based in Tennessee. working towards nomad van life. I focus most on acrylic pieces, but I also love working with water color and gouache.

Lizzy Ragan

Pacific Northwest-based watercolor artist. Mountains, wildflowers, etc. T4/5 paraplegic.

Mariam Paré

Mariam Paré is a celebrated mouth painter for colorful portraits and multi-media works. She makes video, digital, and art based on the disability experience. Mariam exhibits worldwide and in the private collections of actors Pierce Brosnan, and Kathie Lee Gifford. Commissions include Craig H. Nielsen Foundation, Omorose Cosmetics, LifeWTR, and Pepsi.

Mat Barton

Hello, I'm an artist living in Portland, OR. My work has appeared in The New Yorker, New Mobility, and several other publications. I work full-time as a graphic designer but enjoy taking freelance jobs focusing on illustration, cartooning, and design.

Murray Siple

“I want people to understand by looking deeper into my paintings, that they were created not only by a person with a disability but a person with a disability living as an outsider. I push my limits physically to find environments that inspire my image making. The is my secret to flipping the expectations imposed on a person with a disability and living a life possibly more enriched than able bodied people.”

Nate Bibaud

Life is weird. You are the Universe. This is the stuff I make. At the end of 2010 I was in a serious car accident, leaving me paralyzed from the neck down with only limited use of my arms. Eventually I began experimenting with watercolor, acrylic, and oil painting. Eventually I began experimenting with watercolor, acrylic, and oil painting. Now I work full time creating and selling my work.

Richard Bell

Richard won his first award at the Beverly Hills art SHOW in 2016. He was then awarded a full scholarship to the Vermont Studio Center in the summer of 2018. Richard’s work is on display in galleries and private residences internationally.

Stan Clawson

Stan Clawson is a Utah-based illustrator who specializes in ink and caricatures. T9-10 paraplegic

Wes Holloway

My work mostly explores the body and how society responds to the human form. In my paintings and drawings; sexuality, grotesque beauty, body ideals, vanity, and the ambiguity between pleasure and pain are all common themes.

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