There are thirteen accessible/inclusive paintings.  The first is 28" x 20".  It is new and is called Invited.  The next is 30" x 40" and is called Ability. Third is 40" x 30" and is called Feel Judgment.  The fourth is I Was Invited to the Party, 40" x 30". The next fourteen paintings are part of the Groundscape series. The first one is 28" x 30", the second is 224" x 30", and the rest are 20" x 16" to 12" x 12". They explore the groundscape of my world, since I look to the ground to walk or roll on.  
 
There also is a Small Random Acts of Beauty.  The last is We All have Abilities. There is an educational piece called "Words Hurt" that people can take with them.  

Through these artworks I tell about my experiences since I became disabled.  I hope people can see the abilities and humanity in all people.

Invited

Invited

20"w x 28"h. Acrylics on dyed canvas.

Ability

Ability

This painting speaks to our common humanity. See the ability instead of any disability or age. Mr. Rogers said it well, "It's you I like. Not the things you wear." Not the things you need to see or move, or the color of your hair. (I added that last part.) Procion-dyed canvas with acrylic paints. 40" x 30". NFS

Feel Judgment

Feel Judgment

The judgment is present. "the other", "less than". "wheelchair-bound", "courageous", and the rest. The "Judgment" comes before knowing the person. This painting shows how I feel when people won't make eye contact, look away or use old disrespectful terms thoughtlessly. 30"W x 40"H. Acrylics on procion-dyerd canvas. NFS.

I Was Invited to the Party

I Was Invited to the Party

30"W x 40"H. Acrylic paints on dyed canvas. Please be inclusive of people with all abilities. So, the people you invite, who may have a disability or challenges, can also attend "the party."

Mesmerizing Groundscape

Mesmerizing Groundscape

Sometimes it is mesmerizing. The depth, the colors, the shine! It catches your eyes. 28"W x 30"H. Acrylics on Procyon dyed canvas. part of the "Groundscape" series. available

Groundscape Repair

Groundscape Repair

The patchwork repairs of our pavement create lines, shapes and textures. 30"H x 24"W. Acrylics on procion-dyed canvas. part of the "Groundscape" series. available

I See Random Acts of Beauty

I See Random Acts of Beauty

I look down a lot to navigate our world. I found that beauty is everywhere. Even twigs and leaves blown down on a wet driveway are interesting in their random patterns. Look and you will find beauty everywhere. Part of the "Groundscape"series. Acrylics on procion-dyed canvas. 16"W x 20"H. available

Nature Wins

Nature Wins

Humans spend a fortune on pavement of roads and parking lots. Both to build them, to rebuild them, and to maintain them. Why, they could be "paved in gold" for the fortunes that are spent. Yet. nature finds a way to live. Brava! 20"w x 16" h. Imitation gold leaf and acrylics on canvas. available

An Interesting Landscape

An Interesting Landscape

I look down and see a landscape. Textures, surfaces, patterns and colors are everywhere you look. My world is interesting indeed. Acrylics on procion-dyed canvas. 20"W x 16"H. "Groundscape" series.

Yikes

Yikes

I see ice and feel panic. It is beautiful. But, I do not want to fall. 20" W x 16"H. Acrylics on Procion-dyed canvas. Part of the "Groundscapes" series. available.

Tactile Paving

Tactile Paving

The "tunculateld domes and detectible warning pavers" are interesting to look at, especially with rust. These ground indicators are also known as braille paving. They signal changes in a path including a curb or a change in direction. Acrylics on procion-dyed canvas. 20"W x 16"H. "Groundscape" series. available.

Paved in Gold

Paved in Gold

For what we spend on our roads and bridges, they might as well be "paved in gold." You can look at the lines and shapes in crumbling pavement and see interesting lines, shapes and textures. 14" x 14" including the frame. Acrylics with imitation gold, silver and bronze leaf on panel.

Infrastructure

Infrastructure

The U.S. Congress passed an infrastructure bill that funds more than a trillion dollars in nationwide federal spending on Nov. 5, 2021. A lot of Gold! 12" x 12" Acrylics with imitation gold, silver and copper leaf on wrapped canvas. available

IceScape

IceScape

Look down at the interesting textures of ice on aggregate pavement. Subtle and Interesting. 20"W x 16"H. Acrylics on Procion-dyed canvas. Part of the "Groundscapes" series. available.

Snow Beautiful Snow

Snow Beautiful Snow

That first snowfall is so pure and sparkling. It is beautiful, but there is a sinister slippery side of snow. 20"W x 16"H. Acrylics and glitter on procion dyed canvas. Part of the "Groundscape" series. available.

Portrait of Resilience

Portrait of Resilience

Don’t you admire the Dandelions’ strength, tenacity, and resilience? They send down a deep tap root to live in the most inhospitable of places, surviving pavement and chemicals designed to eradicate them. Yet, Dandelions’ bright golden flowers are beacons of hope and a summer to come. I am inspired by the Dandelion to not give up even when faced with seemingly impossible challenges. 12" x 12". Acrylics on wrapped canvas. available

Disintegrate

Disintegrate

Infrastructure. Pavement disintegrates. So does my human body. Still interesting. 20"W x 16"H. Acrylics on Procion-dyed canvas. Part of the "Groundscapes" series. available.

Precious Ground

Precious Ground

The ground is our foundation - literally. I honor our precious ground. Part of the "Groundcape" series. Acrylics on procion-dyed canvas. 20"W x 16"H.

A Cracked Groundscape

A Cracked Groundscape

The asphalt is full of cracks. Where will they lead? Fascinating. Acrylics on dyed canvas. 16"W x 20"H. Part of the "Groundscape" series.

Small Random Acts of Beauty

Small Random Acts of Beauty

I look down a lot to navigate our world. I found that beauty is everywhere. Even twigs and leaves blown down on a wet driveway are interesting in their random patterns. Look and you will find. Acrylics on procion-dyed canvas. Framed in a tasteful wood frame. 14"H x 11"W. available

We All have Abilities  (sold)

We All have Abilities (sold)

We all have abilities! I did this painting because, when I became a person with a disability, I felt invisible and discounted. People could look away from me, not see me, or see only my impairment. I am more. This painting shows a variety of people including Stevie Wonder. We all have abilities! 18" x 24" Acrylics on procion-dyerd canvas. Part of the VSA traveling exhibit.

Words Hurt Rack card- side 1

Words Hurt Rack card- side 1

There are 4" x 9" rack cards for the viewers to take with them that give additional education about disability awareness and etiquette.

Words Hurt Rack Card Side 2

Words Hurt Rack Card Side 2

There are 4" x 9" rack cards for the viewers to take with them that give additional education about disability awareness and etiquette.

Words Hurt 3

Words Hurt 3

A poster that is in the display that holds the rack cards.