Project Onward exists to give a “visual voice” to artists with neurodiversity in order to tell their stories and change the perceptions of the world.
Project Onward has become a leader in the field of disability arts for its innovative blend of accuracy, artistic excellence, and social engagement. The Bridgeport-Chicago studio and gallery provide adult artists with neurodiversity the opportunity to create their work in a safe, supportive environment, free of charge.
WHO: A favorite drawing tool of Project Onward artists is color pencil. This is due mainly to its versatility allowing the artist to blend colors or show exquisite fine detail in portraiture, landscapes, or wild imaginings. The exhibit features artists Michael Smith, Ken Bortman, Ryan Tepich, Franklin Armstrong, Shandrewick Key, David Holt, Joseph Cobbs, Adam Hines, Blake Lenoir, Andrew Hall, George Zuniga, Fernando Ramirez, and Molly McGrath.
Virtual exhibits at: www.projectonward.org or at instagram/projectonward.
Call 773-940-2992 for on-site viewing
Artwork is priced between $60 and $1,200.