Performers/Artists with SCI/D
Tiny and Snail
Hi! We are Grace and Leah, sisters who both love creating illustrations that bring joy into this world. Leah is paralyzed from the armpits down and her right leg is amputated. One of the first questions she asked in the ICU when she could communicate was “Can I still draw?” Miraculously, yes. Tiny can still draw and paint. This company of ours has become more important to us than ever as its growth will mean that Leah can sustain herself as a full-time artist.
Single Handed Studio
Welcome to Single Handed Studio! Here you will find all of the video chronicles of, me, AJ Brockman. I am an award-winning artist that truly has a passion for art, design and all things that are awesome. I also have SMA (Spinal Muscular Atrophy), a progressive neuromuscular disease, and have been wheelchair-bound since age two.
Abby Theisen Art
If you are interested in purchasing my artwork feel free to message me (on this page or my personal account) or send an email to email@example.com. 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.
Daryl "Chill" Mitchell (born July 16, 1965) is an American actor. He is known for such roles as Dexter Walker on The John Larroquette Show, Tommy Webber in Galaxy Quest, Leo Michaels on Veronica's Closet, Eli Goggins III on Ed, and Patton Plame on NCIS: New Orleans.
My mission is to change the way we relate to adversity in order to harness it as a catalyst for transformation. So we can become, each of us, our own Shero. To move beyond getting back to good, so we can be instead really great. To become bigger, braver and bolder than we’ve been before.
My name is Mariam Fatima Paré, I am a visual artist and mouth-painter. My artistic interests are constantly morphing as I like to experiment with both painting and other modern mixed media. In addition to painting by mouth, I also make video, digital, and installation art based on facets of the disability experience. I often collaborate with other artists in the disability community on projects aimed at making positive social change.
There is much more to Richard Bell than his spinal cord injury which he suffered as a result of the motor vehicle accident in 2002. Although this tragic event left him a quadriplegic, it also resulted in him being an accomplished artist. His transformation from Charcoal to paint was encouraged by his late and great uncle, Raymond Howell.
Ron Heagy Jr.
Roll On Ron
Hi, I’m Ron Heagy. I broke my neck the day before my 18th birthday in a surfing accident. I am now a quadriplegic, paralyzed from the neck down. But I chose to Never Give Up. After receiving a masters degree by typing with a stick in my teeth, I am now an inspirational speaker, mouth painter, author, father, and founder of a special needs camp located in Oregon.