Join Bullivant Gallery and Delta Gamma Center for Children with Visual Impairments on March 24-26 for multi-sensory art exhibit to celebrate the difference ways people create, experience, and appreciate art and encourage exploration by all visitors, both sighted and visually impaired.
Featuring Renowned Artist John Bramblitt. After losing his sight in 2001, John Bramblitt has become the world’s number one blind painter with artwork sold in over thirty countries all over the world and featured in hundreds of stories on TV, Radio and newspapers including: The New York Times, The Washington Post, BBC, Discovery Channel, and CNN. John has also received three Presidential Service Awards in recognition for his innovative art workshops. The exhibit features artwork includes life-cast masks by Sharon McConnell-Dickerson & a 3D print of the Mona Lisa, courtesy of 3DPhotoWorks. Opening reception attendees can also enjoy a live painting demonstration by John Bramblitt.