My mind is often in absolute turmoil from the disabilities and problems in life. For me it helps to calm my mind when I play with colorful patterns, concentrating on creating and just doing/experimenting rather than intentional design. I love creating these more than anything but from what I understand they are probably not very marketable. I think someday when I get a little more stable, I will start doing some commercial type work and offer a service creating signs with these artworks as the attention grabber. Until then, I offer them as open edition prints, available in a range of sizes, art papers & canvas and can be ordered with frame if you like.
I am starting this blog as a place for disabled Artists like myself to show some of their work for people to come across and see the art & beauty we create and offer. If you are a disabled Artist and would like to post here, contact me at - teknowizard at clearwire.net
Anyone may comment though I do have the moderation in effect, just to make sure it is not abused.
My name is Randall Klopping and because I live with both mental & physical disabilities, life for me is very difficult. I try to work as hard as I can each day creating new art, trying to find places to show it so people looking for art can see it and trying to do the best I can communicating with people. From what I've read many choose art according to the artist personality as well as the art. I don't pretend to be anyone fancy or special, I just try to do the best I can and to make sure my art is the best I can make it.
Entering the art world seems a difficult task for almost every artist. For me it is doubly so! I try to study and learn about it but I have a lot of problems with reading comprehension at times. It seems to be very much dependant on Art Shows, Exhibitions and Galleries, which I simply have no money for entry fees or to have prints made to show. I rob part of my grocery budget each month to pay for the membership at Imagekind.com in hope of being able to start to earn some money.