Sometimes I experiment with putting Braille in my pieces.I work with blind and visually impaired children and youth. Seeing the experiences, struggles, triumphs, and everything in between that the visually impaired go through inspired me. It made me realize that words are very shallow sometimes. There are certain words that not only require a ton of explanation, but even after that some things will always be interpreted different ways. For instance, if I put "painting" in Braille in a piece, how would you explain a "painting" to someone without sight? How would you explain colors? When my paintings say "blue" where the painting is blue it forces you to step back and interpret "blue" how you'd like, and relate that to past, present, or future experiences with "blue". 

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