Tips for visually impaired art lovers – The Guardian
October 13, 2014

Piece in The Guardian

 

Emily Davison our Fashion Ambassador talks about Living Paintings in the Guardian. Giving tips for visually impaired art lovers!

In the article she say’s: This charity works with art galleries all over the UK to produce tactile, raised images of famous paintings. They are produced on thin square sheets of white plastic by using specialised thermopress equipment, then painted. The tactile images are combined with audio descriptions on a CD, and are a great way to help you understand the composition and different details of a painting. Living Paintings deliver tactile art packs to visually impaired people around the UK, shipped free to your door.

Thank you Emily!

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