Editor’s note: This series is about our contributors showcasing the art they do apart from writing, and what it means to them. Each week we’ll feature a new artist!
“For me, painting is another way to tell a story. Sometimes I get stuck in a story or novel that I’m working on and painting helps to clear the way. Also, often an idea will pop into my mind for a story, but it’s a visual idea, not one of words. I paint because it’s another way to find my voice.”Jamieson Wolf
Featured Pieces: Growth, Flow, and Bloom
For more information about Jamieson’s paintings and how you can purchase them or request a commission piece, please visit the Facebook Page, Art by Jamieson Wolf.
Jamieson Wolf is an award-winning, number one bestselling author of over sixty books and writer of Two Steps at a Time, a blog about having multiple sclerosis and cerebral palsy. In 2019, he released his gripping memoir, Little Yellow Magnet, followed by Love and Lemonade (the third book in the Lemonade Series), and his short story, The Descent, appears in the Nothing Without Us anthology.
He is an accomplished artist who works in mixed media, charcoal, pastels, and oil paints. He is also something of an amateur photographer, a poet, a perfume designer, and a graphic designer.
Jamieson currently lives in Ottawa, Ontario with his husband Michael and their cat Anakin. You can read more about Jamieson on his website or his blog, and you can connect with him on Facebook and Twitter.