We are going to be putting these, as well as some others, on Ro’s Etsy site soon.  They’ll be available as prints, or something else if we feel like getting more creative!  AMAZING!!!!

Is he for real?

Just a random shot, no thought into it…how can I get his skills?


He’s Truly the yummiest. Look at the Character art!

R to the Ro does ACEO

A SLICE OF AUTISM – ACEO PRINT- by Ronan James – 6 year-old artist AUTISM SUPPORT

A SLICE OF AUTISM - ACEO PRINT- by Ronan James - 6 year-old artist AUTISM SUPPORT
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Added on Jun 1, 2008

A SLice of autism

Our apartment is covered with paper. Blank sheets, 8 1/2 X 11 drawings in various media, recycled bits and fragments tossed here and there – it’s like a mill!

Ronan must draw roughly 200 pieces a day, and I have a hard time narrowing down what we will post for prints, etc.

This particular drawing stood out. It’s a mismash of things Ronan encounters every day, along with imaginary words and made up characters. Rest assured though, all have a back story and meaning – you just have to ask him! : )

I imagine if you took a slicing, or image, of a CAT scan of Ronan’s brain, it would look somewhat like this- except maybe in color! : )

This would look great in a black and white themed room.

Very graffiti art!

We are offering it as a 5X7 print, but if you matted and framed it, wouldn’t it would look fantastic as an 8×10 piece of art!

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10% of this sale donated to autism education.

Thanks for your support!

The Puzzle Piece Debate

We have a great deal of people in our family that fall on the autism spectrum (including myself – he hee …I don’t know why that’s funny to me, it just is!).  Anyway, the puzzle piece debate has been thrown around, dissected and inspected so many times!

Some feel offended by the depiction of people with autism as “puzzling, or incomplete”.

Others take it to mean that the support or the understanding of neuro-typical folk toward others with autism is the puzzling aspect.

However you see it, the puzzle piece has become the most recognized symbol of autism support.
For us, we see it positively now, regardless of its original intent, because it brings awareness and support – things we like : )

Enough of that!

How cute is this baby art, right?!!

I took a print of Ronan’s Purple Storm painting, added a puzzle piece to him and affixed him to a baby canvas! He’s sealed with a non-toxic glossy coating.

He stands at 2 3/4″ by 3″ tall and comes with his own tiny easel!

Put him on your desk, computer table or anywhere to show your support!

20% of this sale donated to autism education.

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Thanks for looking!

Petals in Boxes

New Ro Ro art.  How à propos!

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My Baby in Print!

Scroll over to page 12 and see my man’s little blurb!  Mama so proud!

How pretty is Mr. Green!

MR. GREEN - by Ronan James (5 year-old artist) - 8X10 digital print - Support for Autism

Music, my first language

 When he was a baby, singing and music were the language that he understood. It soothed him when he cried, and he babbled beats to songs and sounds of instruments as his first words.
When all of the other toddlers were learning functional language, Ronan, although still pretty much non-verbal, was already fluent in music.
This is a painting he did that represents this…
In his own words, “This is my music.  Music gives me feelings.”
I always describe Ronan as someone who is aquiring language like a foreigner learning English.
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From Sacks pg. 156: 
Wittegentstein remarks: “Augustine describes the learning of human language as if the child came into a strange country and did not understand the language of the country; that is, as if it already had a language, only not this one. Or again: as if the child could already think, only not yet speak. And ‘think’ would here mean something like ‘talk to itself”. 

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