- The accident that left her a quadriplegic.
- Learning to paint.
- Foot and Mouth Painting Artists.
- Demo days.
- Advice for the newly injured.
Paige Crouch doesn’t let being a quadriplegic limit her painting. In fact, she never considered starting to paint until after her accident. Now she’s a member of the Foot and Mouth Painting Artists, she creates beautiful paintings, and she inspires others with demo days at churches, schools, and rehab centers in Northern Virginia.
Time-Stamped Show Notes:
- [01:10] Welcome and introduction to artist Paige Crouch of the Foot and Mouth Paintings Artists.
- [01:50] The accident that started her journey.
- [02:31] Finding out she was a quadriplegic.
- [02:58] Her recovery process.
- [03:56] Getting into painting.
- [06:12] A late start to painting.
- [07:47] Deciding to paint for the rest of her life.
- [08:27] Practice makes perfect.
- [09:18] Foot and Mouth Painting Artists and how they help her.
- [10:12] Time spent on her paintings.
- [11:24] The mother on the ground.
- [12:24] Demo days.
- [13:22] Her favorite demo.
- [14:34] A hope for inspiration.
- [15:30] Don’t go into the dark places.
- [16:33] If she could tell herself one thing.
- [17:41] Being the light at the end of the tunnel.
- [18:46] Advice for the newly injured.
- [20:05] Contact information.
- [20:19] Upcoming demos and shout-outs.