This area of the ABLEize disability directory provides details of disabled artists including foot and mouth painters along with information about their work, their profiles and examples and disabled writers, musicians and singers, comedians. Typical sites highlight the work of blind and mouth painting artists and male and female comedians, singer song writers and more and also offer details of how they work, their disabilities and the amazing results achieved.
Browse this ABLEize section to find a varied selection of disabled artists including worldwide disabled artists and their personal websites and social media pages as well as details of their work, how to purchase itemsd such as paintings, sculptures and various works of art made or designed by disabled artists.
Performance artist and choreographer from Glasgow offering details of her performances, life and what its like performing from a wheelchair.
A registered charity that provides art groups for people with disabilities including people that may have had a stroke, Parkinson’s, spinal injury or arthritis to get involved in painting and drawing. Site includes details of local groups throughout the UK.
Official site of this award-winning “wobbly” comedian, actress and writer with cerebral palsy that has worked on TV, radio and theatre. View her profile, show dates and blog entries.
Mirror Online article about Britains Got Talent runner up Jack Carroll; commedian with cerebral palsy who also won the Pride of Britain award at the age of 14.
Promotes the art of painting by blind or partially sighted artists. Offers a gallery of images and information about how to get started.
A mouth painter from New Jersey with details of his work, exhibitions and how to purchase.
A U.S based organisation founded as a non-profit association owned and run by disabled artists. View examples of their work with contact details.
A disabled artist with no lower arms or hands, working in different mediums, mainly writing, images and song.
Wheelchair user born in Scarborough, North Yorkshire with details of her paintings including Sir Bert Massie CBE, former chair of the Disability Rights Commission. Site includes details of her life as a disabled artists, awards and visual arts work.