A sneek preview for you fans of Sky Arts, Landscape Artist of the Year, 2017. Landscape Artist of the Year 2017 There has been a castle in Knaresborough for over 900 years. Over the centuries there have been significant periods of building and repair work as the castle was adapted to meet changing […]Read more "Sky Arts Landscape Artist of the Year – Knaresborough, North Yorkshire, 2017"
There are relatively easy adaptations to the creative art program in order to make it accessible to students who are blind or visually impaired. While younger students typically participate in creative art within the classroom, most school age students take advantage of this time for an inclusive opportunity with typically developing peers. Whether art activities […]Read more "How to make adaptions to make art accessible to blind students in the class-room/studio."
Dear Wild Card Artist, Thank you for applying to be a Wild Card for the Sky Arts Landscape Artist of the Year 2017 competition. Congratulations – we’d love to invite you to take part! There are several things I need to discuss and check with you before your place as a Wild Card is […]Read more "Wild Card for the Sky Arts Landscape Artist of the Year 2017 competition."
The Author This thesis is compiled by Roger William Livesey, a social scientist. Credits The thesis owes gratitude to “Galloways Society for the Blind” and a service user (I shall call X), now an Ambassador for “Galloways Society for the Blind” and an established national and international artist with a large following and client base. Ethics […]Read more "An Interview with Justine Raith about: “Eye Can” – An evaluation of what is available and required to enable the blind to live independent lives."
Beyond the line of sight My fingers are my eyes, my hands are my ears, I create a sense of space with my mind. I depend on the memories of what I do, not on the memories of what I see. Everyone has their language expressing things in their own unique way. I remember a […]Read more "A Personal Reflection and Pictures of Great Inspirational Tactile Art Works From Around the Globe"
I am delighted to have been asked by the VI Forum to speak at their community social networking event for the blind and visually impaired, taking place at Chorley Town Hall, Lancashire on 2nd of June, 2017. VI FORUM is an UK-based discussion group, is hosted by the DfE and is supported by the RNIB. […]Read more "DfE VI FORUM"
Making art from nature involves utilising various elements of nature (such as leaves, sticks, stones, bones, water, etc) in a creative way to make a new art object. The resulting artwork makes a statement about both nature and humanity’s relationship to nature. This was the way we originally made art. Using natural materials to create […]Read more "Self Analysis of Painting and Creating with Natural Materials:"