Introduction

There are many facets to Artist Karen Wheeler besides art. The fair treatment of others is also close to her heart, especially when it comes to the elderly, children, animals and those with disabilities. Karen likes to share her experiences and knowledge of life in the disabled community. Through the magic of her art Karen offers the concept that anything is possible.

Read more about Karen on Wikipedia.

The Fate of Little Red Riding Hood
The Fate of Little Red Riding Hood
The Fate of Little Red Riding Hood

Comments

  1. David Vaillette says:

    I’m still so proud of you. On my walls I still two of your pictures Tiger Eyes and the picture you did for me, with the rose and the watch. Oh and also the tattoo of the rose on my arm with the eye in it. You’ve done great kid. Again I’m so proud of you

    Love from, ME

    • David Vaillette says:

      Little Wheeler, I like the new painting, it’s a cute little dog. Wheeler, there’s not one picture of the prettiest man in a wheelchair that you know…. ME, and all my paintings I have from you, just kidding. I still have every one of those paintings, and the Tattoo also, and I’m never getting rid of them, come on you’re my famous little friend. I miss all the stuff we did, when is the last time you played crack the whip with one of them rock stars at the mall. I’m so proud of you, I remember when you first started, I new you were going to be great. I hope one day I can make my way out to Vegas and we can go shopping at one of the Malls, and play Crack the Whip BABY. I LOVE YOU, Little Wheeler, from ME.

  2. Andrew hodge says:

    Amazing Artwork and technique. You are a inspiration, to all.

  3. your art is awesome karen ! and you are awesome too! just an amazing inspiration and a deep and strong motivation, thank you.

  4. Awesome work, Karen! Sure is cool learning about all the stories behind these pieces. Really brings the art to life, for sure. Keep on keepin’ on!

  5. Karen, your art is absolutely incredible!

  6. you are very gifted

  7. That is some inspirational stuff. Never knew that opinions could be this varied. Be certain to keep writing. ddekafedbekdgkgd

  8. Hi Karen,

    I would love to publish a blog post from you on our new website RideQuickie.com The site was designed to be a place of community for people that use wheelchairs. Would you be interested?

    Thanks,
    Robin Visser

  9. I am counlnuotsiy seeking information that focuses on leadership and coaching. What I have read on this blog thus far has been very informative. I look forward to the new posts.

  10. Pam Carrie says:

    I just saw you on FB on a website about SMA, something I have been interested in. You are such an outstanding artist! I love your unique style. Thanks for sharing your unique talents on your video clip. I love your water colors!!! I, too, admire John Lennon. How great that his son now has your portrait of John. Your spunky personality is the best!!!

  11. David Vaillette says:

    Little Wheeler it’s ME, Sorry I haven’t written more but my Dads been real sick, my dog almost died, and ME, I’m just Screwed Up. GOD, I love this life. Miss you Wheeler, write you soon.

  12. David Vaillette says:

    Little Wheeler, dads coming home tomorrow he’s doing much better. Thank you little Wheeler for everything, I love you. I’ll let you know how everything turns out after he’s home. Thank you Wheeler.

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