Cliff Enright, originally from Virginia, has been a painter and longtime teacher of adult students in New York.
What is special about Enright is that he suffered a spinal cord injury in 2003 that left him a quadriplegic.
Not giving up, he persisted in physical therapy until he could once again hold a brush.
His watercolors, bright spontaneous bursts of color,
are hardly what one expects to emerge from the hand of someone whose life had been so nearly shattered.