Neurodiversity is something to celebrate!
This painting was created with watercolor paints, watercolor pencils, and acrylic paint.
Editor’s note: Postcards and stickers are available for sale on JD Leza’s personal Etsy store. While the store is unaffiliated with The Aspergian, we do encourage you to buy from autistic artists.
[Image description: the background has vertical watercolor stripes that blend together in a rainbow pattern. The foreground shows the neurodiversity infinity symbol, with the word “celebrate” above and “neurodiversity” below, from white semi-transparent acrylic paint. It looks like a white splash on a rainbow background with the words and symbols unpainted, so that the words and symbol have the same rainbow coloring as the background via negative space.]
- Art: Celebrate Neurodiversity - October 13, 2019
- Hell is Other People, a One Act Play - September 27, 2019
- Poem: They Called Me a Vulture - June 27, 2019
I had wondered if the letters were stenciled? [at least the Neurodiversity letters].
The celebrate is in a script/calligraphy.
And all the rainbows and the colours!