Pah!: Deafblind Sculptor does Art for New Zealand Deaf School

As you all know, I am currently in New Zealand now travelling from city to city. Today, I am visiting the capital city of NZ, the ever so windy Wellington on the southernmost tip of North Island.

A new friend provided me with this very cool link about a Deafblind sculptor that created an extraordinarily beautiful piece of art for the van Asch School for the Deaf in van Asch, near Christichurch, NZ.

I wanted to share with you the beautiful artwork of Douglas Gibson and be inspired, too.

http://www.vanasch.school.nz/literacy-readingpieces.php?id=3

Tactile love art,

Coco

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2 Responses to Pah!: Deafblind Sculptor does Art for New Zealand Deaf School

  1. Coco-

    Thank you so much for sharing this on your blog website. I am so happy to see some successful stories that you’ve seen here in New Zealand.

    Hope you will see some more on your upcoming trips to Australia, Cambodia, India and beyond.

    Keep discovering and best wishes!
    Benjamin Lewis

  2. Robert Alfred Hawkins says:

    Coco,

    Oh, I didn’t know that everyone knew where in the world Coco is 🙂
    I loved what I read and saw! Many thanks! Keep up the great doings!

    Robert

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