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A man playing a saxophone on stage. Painting of a hand cupped around a tiny infant. Vibrantly colored painting of geometric renderings of faces. A woman sculpting a bust out of clay. Close-up of a painting of a human eye in shades of black, red and orange. A woman performing in a play on stage. A young boy smiling at a hand puppet. An exuberant group of participants in the Actual Lives program. A young boy participating in the Arts Alive program. Painting with white and blue hair-like strokes on a background of deep turquoise.

Artists - Online Gallery - Jo Slaight

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"As a woman with autism, each drawing, and painting begins as my initial form of communication. For everything I think, feel, or experience there is, and has always been, images, colors, and textures. I find it difficult to express myself verbally; words are formed only after I've processed visually. Through my art, I've found the freedom to connect with people; lifting the curtain of isolation that is autism."

Jo Slaight's Gallery

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Girl With Umbrella"

oil pastels
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Bay Area Park: Curious Boy

charcoal drawing from life
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Morning Glory And Cat

pen & ink with watercolor
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Untitled

pen & ink still life
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Untitled 2

watercolor painting & colored art pencils
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Portrait From Photo

graphite drawing from Microsoft photo image
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