Art exhibition

Yesterday I went to an art exhibition. It was an awesome experience.

This was an exhibition for the blind. You could touch some pieces there. That part was so amazing.

I went with my supervisor from the partnership, my supervisor from friendly call. She had offered to take myself and my friend norma to see the exhibition. So nice of her to do that for us.

I love art. I love that I could touch some stuff in the exhibition.

I wish I could have taken photos but that wasnt permitted.

I’m glad I got to go though. To often artists think of art as things you can see, and their art is representative of that.

This was new to me and very very wonderful. Its wonderful that there were tactile parts of it.

We sat in the gallerys restaurant afterwords and had coffee. It was such a beautiful atmosphere in the gallery. So peaceful and serene.

I’m happy that I got to experience the exhibition. Very very delighted.
carol anne


Author: Carol Anne

I am a woman in my mid 30's. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

18 thoughts on “Art exhibition”

  1. That sounds incredible. I’ve never been to or even heard of an exhibition for the blind but it sounds so perfect and beautiful. Sharon


      1. Yeh it’s incredibly beautiful! I’m actually from Australia, but moved here 6 years ago. I call it home now.


  2. I have never heard of this kind of thing either. So great that you could the art. I bet it was a wonderful day and the café would have finished it off nicely.


  3. It’s so incredible that you could touch the art! One of our daughters is blind (we have 6 kids), and we’ve only found one museum that has exhibits for people with no or limited vision. It’s about 2 hours from here in Cincinnati.


      1. She’s 21. She first came into our home when she was 14 (we’ve adopted 6 of the many foster kids we’ve raised). That’s the only exhibit we know of that has displays you can touch.


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