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Michael Levell MICHAEL LEVELL was born in 1964 and lives in Southern California.

Michael has an extraordinary talent even though he has been diagnosed with autism and is deaf and legally blind. He has an innate ability to draw furniture and architecture in perfect perspective. He uses this ability to produce intricate drawings as well as clay sculptures.
Michael often transforming images of people and animals into flattened shapes through his precise drawings and eloquent paintings.

His work has been featured in the traveling exhibit Barrier Free Art Summit, which took place in Okinawa, Fukuka and Miyazaki Japan.
His work was displayed at the Outsider Art Fair at the Puck in 1996 as well as exhibitions in other parts of the USA.

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