The unconventional artist with a big heart

Animation trained artist, Scott Hanson creates astonishing artwork that are gracing the walls of many Brisbane homes and businesses.

The unconventional artist who suffers from Duchenne muscular dystrophy doesn’t use the traditional paint and canvas. He uses his mouth and progressive computer mouse that uses a blow or suck motion in place of clicking.

Duchenne muscular dystrophy is a muscle wasting disease and while Scott has lost mobility in his hands nothing can stop his incredible spirit and creativity.

“I love playing with colour, bright images. All of my work centres around ‘hope’.“

Each piece of art can take between four and six months to create. He has generously donated one of these beautifully unique creations for the charity auction at the Muscular Dystrophy Qld Christmas in July Charity Dinner on 25th July 2015 and he can’t wait to see how much the artwork raises during the event.

For more information or to attend the dinner, please call Muscular Dystrophy Queensland on 1800 676 364.

 

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Media contact information: Celeste Baker, celesteb@mdqld.org.au, 07 3243 9700