From Coping To Commission: Randy Nicholson Uses Self-Expression(ism) to Change His Life May 6, 2016 20:09

Randy Nicholson has only been painting for six years, and yet his evolution as an artist is astounding. First approaching art as therapy for his bipolar diagnosis, Randy’s expressions of color and form now hang in institutions such as Harvard University and the currently-open Leesa Dream Gallery in New York City. As part of National Mental Health Awareness Month, we’re presenting a visual retrospective of Randy’s work, featuring 12 of the artist’s expressionistic masterpieces.


Abstract Art, Autism, and Beauty: An April Spotlight on Grace Goad and Leisa Hammett April 22, 2016 21:52

Grace Goad began experimenting with color and composition when she was four years old. By age six, she was exhibiting her art and sold her first piece just two years later. Her stunning artwork—a plethora of tints, tones, and hues that display a natural affinity for color combination and arrangement—is promoted by her staunchest advocate: Leisa Hammett, Grace’s mother.