Welcome to Artism by Nick! The artist is NICK - a happy, loving guy who just happens to live with autism. Nick has never spoken… not in words. He uses pictures to tell people what he likes and wants to do. And he also uses that expressive face and those gorgeous brown eyes! He is a person who can really speak to your heart.
Nick also enjoys speaking through art. His media is varied paper with acrylic paints and other accents. His product is a beautiful, one-of-a-kind collage note card that can be sent to people you love for any occasion or for no reason at all. You will never see two of Nick’s cards that are the same, because with each one, each element and each stroke of paint will be applied differently. We hope you enjoy sending these beautiful, unique pieces of art to family and friends! Nick can take special requests for color and theme. He has recently created some beautiful
bridal note cards using parchment paper, gold flecks and pieces of lace. Keep watching the blog for the latest examples of his work, and email him with your order and your special request!
Have courage for the great sorrows of life and patience for the small ones; and when you have laboriously accomplished your daily task, go to sleep in peace. God is awake.
Did you know that it takes at least four million dollars to support a person with autism (housing, basic necessities, support at work, home and play) throughout a lifetime? Every dollar that Nick makes with his art will go towards the support he will need to help make his life full, happy and rewarding.
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"Success is not what happens to a man. Success is what a man does with what happens to him."
- Aldous Huxley
Take Nick's Advice
Relax - it's good for you!
Autism Awareness Ribbon
To learn more: www.delautism.org
The Autism Awareness Ribbon Story
The autism awareness ribbon is made up of puzzle pieces to show how puzzling and mysterious autism can be. The varying colors and shapes show how all people with autism can be different.
The brightness of the colors shows that there is much hope for a bright future for those living with autism. People with autism and their families can have happy lives when people like you learn more about autism and accept them as friends.
nick and his beautiful sister sara
getting ready for a night on the town
"Be yourself... who else is better qualified?"
Just A Few Of Nick's Favorite Things...
Here are a few of the finer things in life for Nick...
"The grand essentials in this life:
Something to do, Something to love, Something to hope for."