Wheelchair Bound Artist-Andrew Grant explores the emotional toll of being disabled in first solo art exhibition –

Wheelchair Bound Artist

Wheelchair Bound Artist

Wheelchair Bound Artist

This is one of those happy stories. So, to come out of Australia. Many of the stories that I choose for my blogs can appear to be negative. Thus, and are about negative things that get into the news. of course about things to do with mobility scooters and wheelchairs. Importantly, many times I have heard it said that there is an artist in most of us. Whether disabled or not. Artistry, is in us all.

Although we sell mobility batteries. Then I have decided to include any story that may be of interest to disabled and elderly people. Including the many and varied things that these people get up to in normal life! Who may want to read my blogs.

Unfortunately, there are many very intelligent and brainy people who can suffer from disabilities. Thinking mainly about the great man himself professor Stephen Hawkins. So, as we all know Stephen was wheelchair bound but had one of the greatest ever minds.

Of course solving many problems to do with the World of astronomy.

Eric Roberts writes his blog for the customers of his online battery business selling VAT free batteries to disabled people of all ages.

When Andrew Grant became wheelchair bound at the age of 28, he decided to reinvent himself as an artist.

Source: Andrew Grant explores the emotional toll of being disabled in first solo art exhibition – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)