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Chaney (lchaney)
Sat, 21 Feb 1998 13:45:35 -0600


I don't know very much about art and the blind, but didn't a few artists go
blind before their death? You know from cataracts and age. Then there is
Matisse, he became handicapped; And Chuck Close worked from a wheelchair and a
fork lift. The science teacher a my school taught a Geology class to blind
students once, at the college level. I'll talk to him and get back to you.

Melissa Chaney

kathleen vales wrote:

> Hello! I see you have posted a question on art therapy... I also did
> several weeks ago, and I am still in the market for any suggestions
> concerning art therapy with people who are visually impaired or blind, i.e.
> resources I would be able use or names of artists who use different
> techniques, etc. I am an art ed undergrad and currently doing research
> in this area. I did recieve some suggestions from a fellow getty
> listserv-ee, and thank YOU !! I really REALLY appreciate the responses I do
> recieve from here so very much and all of the other fantastic dialouge that
> occurs!!!! :)
> Thanks!!
> Kathy
> vales01
> >
> > Thank you so much for the info....I am afraid I won't be able to use your
> > papers...I need to use only one journal from 1994 to present....
> > I'm not sure if you could benefit from reading my paper however, simply
> > because it is supposed to be a direct translation of an article...
> > thanks again
> > Jessica
> >