Digital painter uses one finger to create artwork
Sun Sentinel | September 2, 2011 | By Jonathan D. Marcus
A computer-based painter who uses one finger to create colorful artwork recently exhibited his work in Delray Beach.
A.J. Brockman’s six pieces at the “Vivid Expression in Art” exhibition at the 110 East Atlantic Avenue gallery presented the creative possibilities of painting without traditional brushes and paint.
Brockman, a 23-year-old Palm Beach Gardens resident, has spinal muscular atrophy. The disease, which is a form of muscular dystrophy, is progressive and characterized by the absence of a protein responsible for making muscle.
“A.J. is a well-respected young man with a positive attitude. He lives life as it is,” said gallery arts curator Grace Greenberg.
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