But Now I See: Reading A Hymn In Braille artsyhome.com: Product
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Product description:But Now I See BBut Now I See shows a hand reading Braille text. Embossing tools are near. The mushroom-shaped item in the upper left corner is a stylus, while the metal piece at the upper margin is a slate. These tools are used together to impress Braille characters into paper. The sheet of text lies on a wooden desk in window light. Shadows cast by slatted blinds slant across the paper. The text embosses on the paper is passage from the hymn, Amazing Grace rendered in un-contracted Braille as practiced in the USA: I once was lost, But now am found. Was blind but now I see. This image was created at the Cris Cole Rehabilitation Center for the Blind in Austin Texas when I was a trainee there during August of 2007. But Now I See was created on Fuji Velvia 100 sheet film in a 4x5 inch Zone VI camera mounted with a 210mm/f-5.6 lens. The transparency has been digitally scanned and is presented here as an archival ink jet print. This image and several others from this series were selected by the Chris Cole Center for display in the public hallways. 8x10 $175 Matted 11x14 $275 Matted 16x20 $400 Ships Rolled
 
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But Now I See: Reading A Hymn In Braille

$275.00 USD
  • Shipping: Shipping Included only within the Continental U.S. Outside U.S. Extra Charge
  • Product ID#: 32176.
  • Dimensions: 14" width x11" height x1" depth
  • Weight: 2lbs
  • Materials: Fine Art Print, Giclee, Ink, Photography
  • Subject: Other Subjects, People, Still Life
  • Style: Realism
  • Colors: Black, Brown, Gray, Mixed, White, Yellow

Artwork Description: But Now I See

BBut Now I See shows a hand reading Braille text. Embossing tools are near. The mushroom-shaped item in the upper left corner is a stylus, while the metal piece at the upper margin is a slate. These tools are used together to impress Braille characters into ...
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Although Visually Impaired or Legally Blind, Houston based visual artist, Drew Bedo creates fine-art photographic images using traditional films in vintage and antique view cameras. These images, in color and black and white, are offered here as archival ink-jet prints; individually and as portfolios.