Six artists who have dyslexia find their words in art.
“I understand things visually, by finding them in paint. I don’t know if my dyslexia causes me to be this way, but I have a feeling it does.” — Rachel Deane, painter.
We know lots of facts about dyslexia: It’s the most common reading disorder. It changes the way millions of people read and process information.
But we know much less about how it feels to people who have it. How it shapes your self-image, your confidence and how people see and react to you.
And so I reached out to some really creative people — artists who have dyslexia — to talk about this.