Fairfield man shows off his artistic side by painting with his wheelchair in Vacaville

Fairfield man shows off his artistic side by painting with his wheelchair in Vacaville

The Reporter | February 21, 2011 | By Melissa Murphy

Doing something he’s always wanted to do, Fairfield resident Jeremy Hatzell will get to paint — with his wheelchair.Using vibrant colors and a canvas spread on the floor, Hatzell used his artistic side to bring the blank sheet to life at the Rhythm in Blue art studio in downtown Vacaville.

“I want it to look like Chuck Norris punched a rainbow,” he said. “I saw a car commercial where a car drove through paint and I thought I could do that too.”

Hatzell wasn’t expected to live past the age of 4 after doctors diagnosed him with spinal muscular atrophy at 8 months old.

At age 33, Hatzell knows there is a reason he is still here.

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One Response to Fairfield man shows off his artistic side by painting with his wheelchair in Vacaville

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