Maie Hotard

Maie Hotard, a teen in Atlanta, Georgia. She is autistic and uses limited words to communicate. She finds joy and love in gorgeous rich colors. She took a class on pour painting that allowed her to find a way to express the colors she feels for people and things. Her purpose: “My purpose is to lovingly send my positive vibrant color vibrations to all people. We all need love. My art is real expressions of love. Kindness is laudable love. I find kindness pleasing to paint. Art is my feelings on canvas. My art, rather than giving the picture, gives the feelings I feel. And I see good in all of the universe. Synergies Work i2i inspired Maie to claim the label of an ARTIST and not just AUTISTIC. She is now selling her art and we are helping her in this journey.

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