Rainbow colored pencil portrait of lead singer, Pete Burns from "Dead or Alive."

Pete Burns

April 27, 2023

This portrait of Australian comedian, writer, and actor, Hannah Gadsby, was created with rainbow colored pencils.  They are LGBT, but just like me, are also on the autism spectrum.

Hannah Gadsby

April 27, 2023

To celebrate Autism Acceptance Month, I drew a portrait of Temple Grandin with a message. The message is to promote autism ACCEPTANCE, not autism "awareness." The infinity sign pattern on a rainbow gradient behind her surrounded by butterflies represents neurodiversity.

Temple Grandin

April 27, 2023

Inspired by my portrait of Temple Grandin, I decided to honor the late disability rights activist, Judy Heumann as well. Behind her is a rainbow pattern with the numbers "504," to represent her advocacy for a 504 plan- which brought inclusion to schools.

Judy Heumann/ 504

April 27, 2023

Please Don't Assume our Pronouns is a portrait of trans activist, Sylvia Rivera, with a message. It informs people not to assume pronouns and when in doubt, use they/them pronouns.

Don’t Assume Our Pronouns!

April 27, 2023

Rainbow colored portrait of Oregon's Governor, Tina Kotek, to promote inclusivity.

Tina Kotek

April 13, 2023

Surrebral #BringItHome Andrew Gillum painting


December 20, 2018