My question (pursuit): The name of a young disabled artist who had could only use his feet to draw and paint in the late 80's. He had done a beautiful painting of Cinderella's castle with the prince seated on the white steed crossing the drawbridge into the castle in mostly blue tones. It was on display in what is now the Town Square Exposition Hall. I had purchased several boxes of note cards at the time (when I was in my teenage years). My DH and I later used the image as the cover to our wedding program in 1992 that was a fairytale theme (long before it was available from Disney).
The reason for my question: We will be celebrating our 15th wedding anniversary this year and are taking a trip (children staying with Grandma and Grandpa) this December. We have been talking about renewing our vows for our 20th wedding anniversary and would love to find more images from this artist to use for the event.
Any help you can provide would be GREATLY appreciated!
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