Looking at these paintings, it’s hard to believe that their author is a blind person. These pictures were written by John Bramblitt, who lost his sight due to illness. But the fateful day in 2001, which took the artist’s ability to see, not only did not bury his talent but also stressed his amazing vision.
John’s eyes distinguish only light and darkness so that for drawing the author uses not only signed tubes of Braille, but also textured paints. And to create colors, he uses the “recipe”, like a cook.
At the exhibitions presented after the loss of vision, the author intentionally concealed his blindness from visitors, so that they would evaluate his pictures more objectively. A lot of colors, a rainbow of colors and amazing combinations cause just a storm of positive emotions.
We suggest you appreciate the incomprehensible talent of John Bramblitt and enjoy the selection of his unique works.