Les Woolley

Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease (CMT)

Les became a full-time artist at age 50. Unable to hold a paintbrush, he relied on his acclaimed “drip method” of painting. By dripping and pouring pools of different colors onto a canvas and maueuvering it with his hands, Les produced amazing patterns and dynamic images. He shared his love of art by teaching children with disabilities. Les’ works have been presented in numerous New York and Long Island exhibits.