Art is a totally visual medium, right? Not for painter John Bramblitt.
This artist suffers from extreme epilepsy and after he had several intense seizures, the part of his brain that allows vision simply stopped working. At first, he was in a dark place, not knowing where to turn.
But then he found art: he started painting again and re-found his voice.
It’s truly amazing to see this man in action, feeling every crevasse and using his canvas to create masterpieces.
“Painting is a blind man’s profession. He paints not what he sees, but what he feels, what he tells himself about what he has seen.” — Pablo Picasso
Watch his mind-boggling skill below and share today!
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