Nikki Brown-Booker

Nikki Brown-Booker has physical disabilities and is a fierce disability rights advocate. She is ED of Easy Does It Services and a leader/supporter of Hand in Hand, the Domestic Employers’ Network.

Nikki: “I can use my voice to fight for a world where everyone has respect and dignity. … I believe in our … power to create real and lasting positive change for generations to come. Love is louder when everyone treats each other with respect and dignity.”

Websites: https://www.easydoesitservices.org  and http://domesticemployers.org

A smiling African American woman with glasses in a bright blue power wheelchair and pale top looks directly at us. The shapes are bold and painterly. Behind is a luscious garden with pink flowers.
Nikki Brown-Booker by Tracey Johnson, acrylic paint on canvas board, 11 x 14 inches, 2019

IMAGE: A smiling African American woman with glasses in a bright blue power wheelchair and pale top looks directly at us. The shapes are bold and painterly. Behind is a luscious garden with pink flowers. 

Tracey Johnson from Artful Steps has a specific stylistic approach to all of her art. Her playful sense of humor has been described as “whimsical and free.” She uses many media, from watercolor, embroidery, and digital art to acrylic.