Arts & Culture

Partially sighted artist brings braille art to East London in debut exhibition

Despite being born partially sighted in his right eye, Clarke Reynolds took the bold step towards the art world when the deteriorating eyesight in his other eye forced him to give up his career.

With just 5 percent of sight left, in a unique first the Quantus Gallery in Spitafields is showcasing his colourful works using braille.

Reynolds’ designs help tell his story and decode his world as he experiences it.

It’s called The Power of Touch, and James had this piece.

The Power of Touch is at The Quantus Gallery until February 4.

James Dickman 18th January 2023

TagArts & Culture,