Through Madison’s art he gives us a fascinating glimpse into his world, in the way that he uses color, space and subject matter.
As far back as anyone can recall, Madison Prince carried an art pad wherever he went. At age 4, Madison was diagnosed with autism, and his art has become his primary means of communicating the world in which he lives to the world in which others live. He has gone through many phases of art, style and media, and has been encouraged to create what he felt, rather than what someone wanted him to draw or paint. As a result, he gives us a fascinating glimpse into his world, in the way that he uses color, space and subject matter.
Although he does original work, he often uses classic works of art as the starting point for his inspiration. His interpretations of those works are, themselves, classics. He has been featured in many art shows, and his commissioned works of art include a display at the UCLA School of Dentistry. He was the featured artist in the 2018 “Autism After 21 Day.” His images are now being displayed on numerous consumer items including clothing, home goods, designer giftwrap, and wall art, exclusively through Three Pears Designs.
Madison is the inspiration for the founding of Madison House Autism Foundation, a national organization serving adults on the autism spectrum, their families, and other caregivers, by bringing to the attention of the public their many talents and abilities, along with the challenges that they face throughout life. Three Pears provides pro bono marketing and graphics for the foundation, as well as assists in the direction and production of their annual art show, Autism After 21.