Lake Siltcoos

By Alisa McLaughlin

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Description

"The lake is near Florence OR where KindTree has a weekend camp every summer for autistic folk and their family. While packing up camp on the last day, I spent a few moments down at the shore to watch an incoming storm front."

From Artitude x KindTree project. KindTree-Autism Rocks, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit from Oregon founded in 1997, provides support, services, and information to empower and improve the quality of life for individuals and families living with autism. It has 2,000+ distribution list, hundreds of student and community volunteers, and an art program representing over 100 artists. We hope this collaboration can provide more support to autistic artists.

Alisa McLaughlin

Artist of Artitude x KindTree project

Alisa McLaughlin is a writer and artist living in Eugene. She was diagnosed with ASD later in life.

"My interest in painting was inspired by my mother, who was a great but unrecognized artist. While she used a muted palette in acrylics (her favorite color, the family used to joke, was gray), I was drawn to the vibrant, transparent quality of watercolor. Art is a great way for me to relax because, as someone with ASD, everything in life is a constant struggle to be correct and 'normal'. Painting allows me to express myself without judgment as there is no wrong way to do it."