Free Zoom Backgrounds from Autistic Artists

Here are works by four artists who have been able to enrich their lives and the lives of others through art. Please feel free to download these images.

Clicking on any image will show the image in full scale and it may then be downloaded.

Anusha Iyer
Abstract Scratches

Abstract Scratches

Erick began painting as a teenager. After took his first painting class at a community college and soon came to love painting and found his inner voice. Sales of his art has given him a huge sense of accomplishment and a sense of purpose. Every year he paints holiday cards and gives them as gifts.

Himal Bikmal
Himal Bikmal
A View From My Patio

A View From My Patio

Despite severe autism and cognitive delays, Himal has learned to paint. Art has been therapeutic to Himal and helps him focus. Recognition of his art has significantly boosted his self-esteem and has given hope for a better future. Zenaviv was started to bring about similar transformation in others like him.

Michael Sardoni
Michael Sardoni
Sunrise Over the Ocean

Sunrise Over the Ocean

Michael’s love for animals started young. He memorized his animal encyclopedia by three. He found drawing animals to be calming and calls his creatures, the “Zoofellas”, a group of animals who are friendly, kind, and funny, just like Michael.

Lee Jaworek
Lee Jaworek
Spring Flowers

Spring Flowers

Lee calls his work “Artism” as it expresses his perception of the world: through the prism of autism. Lee believes that "each color is just as important as every other color." He is intense in his execution, and definite about his selection of subject.

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