Vibrant Art Experiences
By an Autistic Artist
The beauty of art and everyday life collide to make something new. I'm building a community around color, art and enjoying the little things in life. My goal is to add to the world while connecting with people who enjoy my work.
Sharing wonder and joy with the world is something I believe in. There's beauty in the everyday lives we lead, as well as in swirls of paint. I'm always pushing to discover something new or find a new way to talk about difficult things. I hope my work brings you joy and the knowledge that you are not alone.
April Marie Mai
When I first beheld the original, I was ecstatic. The texture of the canvas surface with paint thrilled me more than I expected. Each stroke of color layered in a purposeful manner but flowing as elegantly as notes from a well tuned cello. Oh my, the blend of color in each stroke is an image in its own right!
I need your help, please! I need quotes I can share that explain what my work means to you, what you like about it, and what value it brings into your life, whether it's something you've purchased or just from seeing it online. If you've placed an order, you can review the item you ordered (login and access it through your account > orders & ask me if you need any help). If not, you can just post a comment here. I could really use your words if you can take a moment to share! Thank you! -April Marie Mai...
(Today's News) Autistic moment: I realized I have to turn music down in order to eat. - April Marie Mai (Keep on Autisticing. The best way to Autistic is to just do it.) Text on a grainy abstract orange, pink, blue, black, fuchsia, and peach background. **This is my own experience as an autistic person and is in no way a representation of all autistic people, nor is it saying that non-autistic people may not experience this, too. It was just a super autistic moment that made me laugh, so I'm sharing it.**
Each painting I create is an adventure. Three detail snapshots of paintings from my Color Explosion series created this summer, with the words, "Summer memories" written on the polaroid stub of the photos, with orange spray roses in the bottom right corner and green leaves in the top right corner.