Local man living with autism turns recycled paper into beautiful works of art

At a young age, his passion for recycling, cutting, and tearing paper developed into a way to create unique pieces of art. Now at 25, he's an award-winning eco-artist committed to making the world a better place. He's name is Grant Maniér and he chatted with Houston Life about his extraordinary journey.

HOUSTON – Houston artist Grant Maniér could be defined as a Renaissance man.

Not only is he a published author of several books, but he is also an award-winning eco-artist and an advocate for special needs and environmental responsibility.

In his childhood, working with paper became his form of art therapy, and now as an adult, he creates sensational collages using thousands of pieces of recycled calendars, magazines, posters, puzzles, and more.

The 25-year-old has traveled the nation teaching children and adults how to create Eco-Art and save the planet.

Grant Maniér eco-art (Grant Maniér)

Maniér joined Houston Life to talk about a huge milestone in his career after he recently raised $30,000 with his art for children living with disabilities.

To connect with Manier, click here.

To see his complete interview and details on his virtual event for KPRC 2 Insiders, watch the video above.

And if you wish to see his artwork up close, he currently has his entire art on display at The Gallery at the Old Stanzel, Schulenburg, Texas.

About the Author:

Beatriz is a producer for Houston life. She’s a dog mom who enjoys traveling and eating her way through new cities and cultures.