Allie is an artist who possesses great confidence and amazing technical skill. She is an artist with autism, which helps her to revisit particular subjects with intense attention to detail. Allie is currently enrolled in a graphic design class at the Career Education Center.
Allie is interested in all types of art, including fractal imagery, anime, and painting. She is especially drawn to the color pink. Allie is a talented artist that spends her time sketching, sculpting, and painting. Inspired by the larger-than-life Blue Bear at the Denver Convention Center, she sculptured her own Blue Bear and is continually expanding her artistic skills. Allie’s goal is to finish college and become an animation artist or graphic designer.
Access Gallery is an inclusive nonprofit that engages the community by opening doors to creative, educational, and economic opportunities for people with disabilities to access, experience and benefit from the arts. Located in the heart of Denver’s Art District on Santa Fe, it features innovative exhibits that utilize nontraditional materials and methods to create art that is accessible and affordable for all. Access Gallery provides year-long programming including ArtWorks that brings economic opportunity to young adult artists with disabilities, Community Workshops that bring artistic exploration to underserved populations, and Access Education that teaches inclusive practices to our greater arts community. For more information, visit us at www.accessgallery.org.