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About Us

Our Story

Along with my son, Jack, I want to introduce you to ArtJack, an inspirational place where magic happens.


Jack is an artist and a wonderful guy! He is a young man who has autism, and he is embarking on this journey with me.  Jack is building his career, working at our mom & son creative venture (named after Jack), ArtJack Creative Studio. 


The job opportunities for people like Jack are not always a perfect fit. ArtJack is a perfect fit for him. We would love for you and your families and friends to join us, be creative with us and support us. .

Be imaginative. Be creative.
Get inspired. Find your magic.

Join us and get Artjacked!

Meet Our Owner!



Owner and
Creative Director, Process Art, Adaptive Art

Alison started this journey with her son, Jack, to provide a satisfying career for him (see above).

Alison has extensive experience working with young children, primarily in the field of Occupational Therapy. She has always leaned toward creative arts experiences as a means to enhance creativity and also practice a variety of essential skills necessary to participate activities of daily living.

Alison has a true passion for bringing arts to people with special needs as it enables freedom of expression and allows these artists to skillfully communicate their ideas and creativity. Her adaptive classes are a favorite for her to teach and are very popular among the special needs community. 

As a therapist and a children's art instructor, she is also excited to bring the magic of process art to young children. In her experience, process art meshes beautifully with other well-loved childhood development philosophies, such as Montessori education, Reggio- Emilia education and sensory processing approaches in Occupational Therapy. Alison believes that art enables children to express and explore their power!

Alison lives in Fishers with her husband, Chris, and three amazing children, Jack, Colin and Chloe.

Two parents, two small children, and a young person
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