You're invited to the last GraceArt show of Spring 2012. Sunday, May 20, we'll host a reception from 2-4:30 p.m. at the Green Hills Library. Now showing through May 30, GraceArt: The Art of Autism ~ Grace Walker Goad, will feature the largest collection of the almost 18-year-old's paintings and pastels. All works are for sale, including the new GraceArt NoteCard Series II.
Please pass this link on to your interested friends and family as I only got a Facebook invitation up for this show versus an additional e-blast. Thank you and see you there!
More about the artist: Diagnosed with moderately severe autism at age 3, Goad began painting at age 4, exhibiting at age 6, selling at age 8 and launched GraceArt in 2007, at age 12 after her appearance on "The View." Her work has been featured in national newspapers, magazines, online, on the cover of Making Sense of Autism, by Travis Thompson, Ph.D., and on the November, 2010 cover of the "American Journal of Psychiatry." Her work is found in the private collections of NFL Hall of Famer Dan Marino and former U.S. Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, M.D., among others. She is currently represented by Seattle's HeART of the Spectrum Art Center. You can learn more at www.GraceGoad.com.