WILTON, Conn. – Former Wilton resident B.D. White, a street artist who paints on New York City buildings and walls, was featured in The New York Times.
White, 31, grew up trying to paint like Van Gogh and was a runner and pole vaulter in high school, until a pole-vaulting accident broke his back and paralyzed him, according to the report.
Now living in Williamsburg, White pursues his art in the city, as reported in The New York Times.
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