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Art Card Sales TEMPORARILY Suspended: Due to issues related to updating and migrating our web presence to a new host, we have suspended art sales temporarily. We are so sorry. Please check back in early summer 2016 for resumption of sales, and sign up for our mailing list to be notified! Thanks.

Here you can find over 775 images by people living with autism. Wow. These images project the unique vision of artists on the spectrum, in some cases  an important tool to express their inner feelings and thoughts.

Find images by searching or browsing catagoies listed to your left. Have fun shopping, and supporting artists with autism.

Images are available as gallery quality framed original pieces (limited availability), as 3x5 or 5x7 notecards, individually or in sets, and as 8x10 prints on photo paper, or 5x7 prints in an 8x10 off-white mat. Each card or reprint includes an artist bio or statement on the back and the notecards are blank inside for your own message. Call if you would like a personal message imprinted on the inside (only available for orders of sets of 20 or more). Visit our Artist Challenge page for larger, made to your specification designs just for your company.

Below are videos produced by "Project My Voice", a group of University of Oregon students working to assist a local non-profit in raising awareness about Autism in our community, and to shine a light on some very talented people. This was part of the civic journalism movement, made possible by a successful grant by Alina Padilla-Miller.


KindTree Artist Guild member Larry Hurst

Sreang "C" Hok, a talented and effective digital storyteller, gives us a glimpse into the beautiful mind and art of Larry Hurst.


Musician - singer, bass goddess, songwriter TR Kelley

Guru Amar Khalsa spent time getting to know TR Kelly, musician and artist with aspergers. With an honest and real monologue from TR Kelly, Guru shows the audience a window into "Planet Autism".

KindTree Artists Guild member Stephen Peeler

Sreang "C" Hok, a talented and effective digital storyteller, worked on showcasing the highly respected artist and member of Autism Rocks, Stephen Peeler.


STiLE participants speak out.

Taylor Ames produced this video to showcase how STiLE, an offshoot of Autism Rocks, creates a series of trainings in life skills and recreational subjects. The class featured in this video meets every Monday at Washington .

Frankie Sharp and "Deano" share their stories

Dillon Piloget, a senior focused on digital storytelling, captured a story on Jed Shapiro and Ryan Crain. Both of these young men with aspergers do a mean Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin impersonation.


When we raise money, we have FUN!

Guru Amar Khalsa captured beautiful shots of the Starry Night Prom. This adult prom is a fundraiser for Autism Rocks. Through dancing, a silent auction, photo booth and live entertainment, the prom helps raise funds for the Camp and other programs

What is Austim Rocks?
Why is it different from other autism groups?
What makes Autism Rocks an important part of Lane County?
These are just some of the questions answered in this wonderful video produced by Nieco Biggi.


Featured Artist - Stephen Peeler

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Stephen Peeler, Self Portrait

Stephen Peeler: I started doing art at the age of 11, although I wasn't aware of the different principles associated with it. I started out by drawing, then, as the years rolled by, I got into charcoal works, then paint. To me, art is a highly anticipated form of expression based on the formative and creative imagination, expressing the inner feelings and thoughts of one individual. I aim to continually develop a taste and increase my interest in the different forms of art.

Stephen is a recipient of a KindTree cash grant to help him create his art.

Learn more about Stephen on Facebook here.

Watch Stephen's MyVoice video here...

I am sad to announce the Stephen Peeler passed away on March 9 from complications of cystic fibrosis. He was a friend and associate, a tireless creator of his special art, his unique vision. He will be missed.

His art, displayed here, remains for sale as cards and reprints, as well as some original, framed or matted pieces. All sales through August 23, the date our Friends and Family Camp ends, will go directly and fully to his family to help with end of life expenses. If you would like to make a donation with the button below, you can claim a tax deductible donation to KindTree, and we will send the full amount to his family.

Thanks for your good wishes.



More information, including a list of designs by Stephen Peeler, can be found here

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