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IN Creative ON 23 Mar, 2015
We all have a creative artist inside us. There is just a need for passion, feelings, emotions, and devotion to boost it.
John Bramblitt, a functionally blind person who can only differentiate between sunlight and darkness sparked his career as a painter. He wrote his novel, way to paint by using textured paints. He replaced all that what his eyes can do with the sense of touch and filled his life with the beautiful colours.
Let's check out these paintings by a blind painter John Bramblitt's, who relies on touch and texture to create stunningly vivid paintings.
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