My Artworks

Sketches and digital artworks I’ve created

Click on the thumbnails for more info and a larger view of each drawing…

1. “Despair”

2. “Zoomagic”

3. “Dualities in Balance”

4. “Spring Fantasy”

5. “Dream Portal”

6. “Alien City: My Home”

7. “Reflections”

8. “Dolphin Dreaming”

9. “Chaos”

10. “Death”

11. “Eagle”

12. “Ezekiel’s Spaceship”

13. “The Lovers”

14. “The Watcher”

15. “Three Worlds”

16. “Balance”

17. “The Gateway”

18. “Dune” (1)

19. “Dune” (2)

20. “Prawns’ Revenge”

21. “Prawn Molecules”

22. “The Invocation”

23. “Time”

24. “Salt Vampire”

25. “Lion Cub”

26. “Alien Saviour”

27. “Starry, Starry Night”

28. “Fire Dragon”
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10 thoughts on “My Artworks

  1. hey, i came across your site whilst researching for an artwork featuring autism for an art theory assignment i have. as of this very moment i have not come across one and was just wondering if you knew of any or had any of your own.
    i haven’t checked out many art blogs but am liking yours a lot, it has also inspired me to check out some more.
    it would be absolutely terrific if you could post some of your thoughts. thank you!

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  2. Hi Chrissy …glad you like my artworks ๐Ÿ˜€
    I just did a quick Google search and found some links you might like to try…

    Donna Williams – http://www.donnawilliams.net/artist.0.html

    A collection of artworks by children and adults with autism
    http://www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/news/images/mind/artists.html

    Autistic Art & Poetry – http://www.neurodiversity.com/art_poetry.html – a very large collection of links on this page to other sites featuring art by various autistic artists.

    Hope these help ๐Ÿ™‚

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  3. Just admiring your art, which is inspiring to me, since I also love to paint from my experiences in meditation or dreams.
    Through having twins, with Aspie traits, I have realised that my ‘differences’ and difficulties in this life, are associated with my own Aspie brain! My kids have given me the gift of seeing the truth through thier Aspies, and I am consciously nurturing their self awareness and the fact that they are ok being different, as well as informing others of the need for more understanding and acceptance that a new generation is on a higher level of thought process and shouldn’t be made to conform, but through their art and expressive abilities, people can learn from them.
    My daughter is extremely psychic, and through my Holistic approach to believing and letting her know that she is alright being herself and experiencing these things, I hope that she will attain faster than I did, due to people making me feel wrong. So I can really relate to your blog, which is Genius!
    Love and Light.
    Janine x

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    1. Hi Janine,
      Thank you so much for your appreciation of my blog! It seems we do have a lot in common and it’s nice to see another mum out there encouraging her kids to be proud of their differences. ๐Ÿ˜€
      Many Blessings,
      Jenny

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  4. He just seems to hit similiar themes, though none of it is exactly the same to yours. I realized I was probably a bit unclear up there – it is not a plagarizing situation or anything like that. Find me on FB if you like and I can put you in touch with the mom.

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