Murals, paintings, drawings, comics, cartoon art, 3D, and 4D art are only a few styles of artistry that Steven Gordon has mastered as a self-taught artist.
As a young man, Steven was quiet and reserved. Steven often converted the information he learned into art. He was diagnosed with Dyslexia in sixth grade and did not learn to fully read until the age of 17.
Although faced with many academic adversities, Steven found his niche in the arts working day and night to create masterpieces that only he can create.
Since being labeled with Dyslexia, he offers great advice to students through his program called, “Born to Live, Designed to Cre8.”
This art curriculum is geared towards students diagnosed with Dyslexia to bypass stereotypes and learn through the arts.
Steven gives several words of inspiration to people who are negatively academically labeled:
- “Keep learning in whichever way you learn.”
- “Everyone has a purpose to fulfill and God has created us all unique and different. Embrace that.”
- “When you become discouraged, remember what sparked your interest in the first place.”
Steven is now prepared to be reintroduced to the world as a phenomenal self-taught artist from Chicago.
He will be a featured artist in a Pop-Up Art Show presented by Creative Genius Society. This event will be on October 20, 2013 from 4-7pm (CST) at Christian Fields Style Bar the cost is $7 for entry.
For tickets email firstname.lastname@example.org.