Adaptation through Simplifying
As a young child first learning to feed herself, Nevada resident Cindy Sullivan, often missed her mouth because her hands shook so badly. Thankfully, her mother recognized her problem as ET and took Cindy for an evaluation and diagnosis. Despite her ET, Cindy is compelled to use her hands to express her creativity and has been painting since 2003.
“I adapted the tremor to work for me versus against me,” says Cindy. “From the beginning of painting classes I was forced to learn to simplify and to work with happy accidents. My energetic brushwork style has received great reviews from others.”