Brandon Drucker is an American born self-taught artist. Brandon was diagnosed with severe autism at three years old. As a young nonverbal child, he used art to describe his daily life. He always carried a box of colored pencils everywhere he went. His verbal and communication skills slowly evolved throughout the years. The slow progress of his communication and written skills can be appreciated as he writes about his personal struggles and relationships in his self-published book, Diary of An Autistic Kid as well as his other graphic novels.
Brandons' unique Naif art is a favorite among collectors who enjoy his Outsider-art style. His art and life have been featured in books, calendars, Autism Channel, magazine documentaries and a music video composition.
His signature series, the "Combo Cities” began as a means of comparing the similarities and differences of various cities and places of interest around the world. He enjoys discovering new worlds and languages via web search and incorporates what he has discovered in his artwork. As a prolific artist, his enthusiasm also flows over into his desire to learn and invent new languages.
Brandon's artworks are a creative outlet for discovering the real and imaginary that often control his thoughts with no linear connection.
"Do your own thing, be inspired, and make it interesting"- Brandon
2012 ‘Yes I Can” award /Council for Exceptional Children
2014 Dan Marino Foundation College, Certificate in Entrepreneurship
2015 Impact Award, Most Outstanding Individual on the Spectrum/Autism Society- Palm Beach
2018 Selected Featured artist- 2018 City of Boynton Beach Calendar
Unilatina International College- Pembroke Pines, FL
2012 Featured Artist- 33rd Annual disabilities Expo- Nova Southeastern University- Davie, Florida
Schacknow Museum of Fine Arts- Pembroke Pines, Florida
Studio 18 in the Pines- Pembroke Pines, Florida
ArtServe Inside/out, - Fort Lauderdale, FL
Victoria Park Hotel, Wilton Manors Florida - Selected artist
ArtsPark, Hollywood, Florida-
Sugarsand Park, Boca Raton, Florida
Featured artist in The Art of Autism- Book by Debra Hosseini
2014-Poetry published in Uncommon Minds – by Cynthia Drucker
2018- Poetry printed in Natural Awakenings Magazine/ Broward County
2014-Featured story in WPB-TV Channel 5, Impact on Autism segment
2020- Featured story in Autism Notebook.
April 2020-Featured story National Geographic Magazine
Inoculations Autism Channel video Interview
2021-Art featured in music composition/documentary "All without Words" Justin Morell composer,
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