Jeremy: #Autism is the prism through which I see the world

Jeremy painting

Autism Unveiled Week 3

Autism colors my World

Art is my view of the world. Truly my gift is nicely that I see color in everything. Really if it were not for my autism, I would not see the beautiful colors that I see everywhere, even in dust. Nicely my art is what makes my life worth living and makes other people happy. Truly my nicely different view of the world is my contribution to the world. Nicely my autism is proof that justly we don’t have to all be the same to add value to society. Nicely the world would be drab if we were all the same.

Jeremy Sicile Kira, California

Jeremy's aura
Jeremy’s aura – Self portrait
Jeremy’s Aura

Truly I dreamt I painted the colors of my aura when it is greatly calm and happy. Truly it has calm brush strokes blue and yellow. Nicely it is green and yellow; truly the colors are quietly flowing in the same direction. It truly has the calmness of gently flowing river. Belief in my ability to control my nervousness is there greatly represented by the color silver from above. Jeremy Sicile-Kira


Jeremy Sicile-Kira, California

Jeremy Sicile-Kira’s website is More on Jeremey’s aura’s here.

Jeremy Sicile-Kira is part of the Autism Unveiled Project – Six weeks of blogs from Autistic people commencing on April 2, 2015, World Autism Awareness Day.

2 replies on “Jeremy: #Autism is the prism through which I see the world”
  1. says: Elle Pierman

    Hi Jeremy. The colors in your art are beautiful, and if that is how you see the world every day, then I am very happy for you. I am in 100% agreement with you that the world would be drab if we were all the same, and I thank you for contributing your colors and sharing your perspective with the rest of us. Your aura is inspiring and beautiful!

  2. says: Cameron

    I love the way you talk about your relationship to your autism. It is empowering to hear you talk in a way that makes you feel stronger because of autism, not weaker. I agree that the world would be drab if everyone was the same. There is nothing special about that! And I am excited to read that your paintings become places of discovery and communication – not only through color and material – but through concept, and expression. Keep it up!

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