Dominic Hemphill-Whyte was born in 1998 and diagnosed with autism at an early age. Since he began painting, both at school and Project Ability art class in Glasgow, he quickly developed his own unique style and magical sense of colour. He has since sold a number of paintings which have brought their owners a good deal of pleasure. In 2014 he was a finalist in the CREATE! Art for Autism national competition where there were over a thousand entrants.” – https://www.dominichemphillwhyte.com/about
Dominic’s brilliant use of bright colours and abstract forms, often resembling balloons and faces, have an optimistic and playful feel to them. He is a prolific and very talented creative, which is one of the reasons he has been selected as Project Ability’s 2018 Young Talent solo artist! This means Dominic will have a solo showcase of his work on display in our Gallery II during our annual Young Talent exhibition, which runs from 7 September – 13 October.
A great selection of his work can be seen on his website… https://www.dominichemphillwhyte.com/