Les became a full-time artist at age 50. Unable to hold a paintbrush, he relied on his acclaimed “drip method” of painting. By dripping and pouring pools of different colors onto a canvas and maueuvering it with his hands, Les produced amazing patterns and dynamic images. He shared his love of art by teaching children with disabilities. Les’ works have been presented in numerous New York and Long Island exhibits.
Formerly a pharmacist, Cato has studied art all her life, including stints in Europe and the Art Students League of Denver. She now creates commissioned art and other original works in several media. This painting is a portrait of Cato’s rottweiler service dog, Faust, who assists her by retrieving objects, opening doors, turning lights on and off, and performing other tasks.
Susan began drawing in childhood. She creates digital artwork on a computer due to hand weakness. Susan has received awards for her art. She advertises and sells art on her Web site, and offers photo editing and restoration.
Alan created this artwork at age 8 at an MDA-sponsored children’s art workshop held May 3, 1992, at the Chicago Art Institute. He was involved with student government in high school and enjoys coin collecting.