Creative Services for Adults with Disabilities
A Program of Resources for Human Development
FINE LINE STUDIOS
I was born in 1974 in Poplar Bluff, Missouri. I grew up with foster parents and attended Missouri School for the Blind. I did some art while in school, mostly painting, or cutting and gluing paper while listening to music. Since I started coming to FLS, I have been introduced to many different art materials and I have made friendships that are important to me. I especially enjoy making "weird" experimental music in the recording studio with Nick and Kenny. To make 2D art, I prefer to use drawing materials that I can feel on paper, including crayons, oil pastels, watercolor pastels, and ballpoint pens. When I make jewelry, I am able to make repetitive patterns based on feeling different shapes of beads. Printmaking class with Julianne is also one of my favorite activities, I carve lines into foam for relief printing, and help pull ink on the screen-printing press. During all of these activities at FLS, it is important to me to socialize with my friends, and listen to music for inspiration.
Washable marker, ballpoint pen,
and oil pastel on bristol paper.
11" x 14" matted.
Paper marbling, crayon,
washable marker, and
paint marker on paper.
14" x 11" matted.