If you think you might have some obstacles to overcome in the pursuit of your artistic endeavors, wait 'til you hear about this weeks artist.
Not only is John Bramblitt is a painter and an author, but John Bramblitt is also blind. He lost the last of his sight in 2001 as a result of complications with epilepsy and Lyme's disease. But that hasn't stopped him.
John says he can feel the colors. The textures of the paint are different. Cerulean Blue is creamy and luscious. Titanium white is almost the consistency of toothpaste. He describes the paints by their tactile qualities.
I really have no idea how he does it but he does. I think what he does is good.