August 6, 2013
Celebrated savant artist Michael Tolleson will put his special gift on display as part of the 13th Autism Day WA celebration Aug. 10 at Jubilee Farm in Carnation. The entire day is presented free of charge for participants and vendors.
Tolleson will produce an original acrylic painting from the center stage gazebo at the fun-filled day of free activities for families and caregivers of people on the autism spectrum. More than 400 people attended the event at the working farm last summer.
“Michael has generously agreed to donate his time and the painting he creates to help our cause,” said Autism Day founder Lynn Banki, of Sammamish. “Our goal every year is to provide contact with real-life resources available to families touched by autism.”