Eight year-old Aiden Campbell's second exhibition in Wollongong was a such a success that the Towradgi youngster is eyeing a Sydney audience for his next show.
However, the artist said this depended on his parents Adam and Simone supplying him with a top hat, cane and tails.
Aiden has a mild form of autism and is unable to remember more than about 4 per cent of what he hears and sees. He uses art to share his emotions and displays skills and techniques beyond his years.
The curtain came down on Aiden's exhibition Under The Sea To Outer Space and Everything In-Between on Sunday.
The exhibition, held at Project Contemporary Artspace, highlighted children with learning and memory disabilities.
Aiden's mum Simone said behind each piece of Aiden's work was a story and the creations allowed him to share his personal stories and adventures.
"It can take weeks or months to get it just right," she said.
There was a story beyond one particular work titled Helping Hands which was donated to Wollongong Hospital's emergency department.
The work features brightly coloured hand prints of more than 50 children who attended Aiden's first exhibition last year.
It was inspired by a fellow student who told Aiden that his memory of his time in the hospital's emergency department was of a white wall.
Aiden hoped the work would be a distraction for kids, helping them to focus on the hands and the art rather than their pain or illness.
Guests to visit the exhibition on Friday included Admiral Chris Barrie, Keira MP Ryan Park and Wollongong lord mayor Gordon Bradbery.
Images of Aiden's artwork can be viewed on his Facebook site.