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Visually impaired artist Stephen D. Anderson exhibits artwork at Limelight Theatre

The simple term “unique vision” may be quite complex depending upon its context. Within the subject of art, it may mean presenting images in a way not seen before. Regarding eyesight, “unique vision” takes on an entirely different meaning, especially for the visually-impaired – the reality of seeing, of witnessing an environment in a personal way nobody else does. These two different realities come together to define the “unique vision” and talent of as he renders St. Augustine’s architectural heritage in a way no other artistdoes – with unique perspective and vibrant, brilliant, unexpected color. , an iconic art gallery in the center of the …

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