APH InSights — Juried Art Competition and Exhibition for Artists Who Are Visually Impaired and Blind
2018 Art Competition
The Jolly Boatmen
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Each year the American Printing House for the Blind (APH) invites artists who are visually impaired and blind to submit artwork to APH InSights Art Contest. This art competition and exhibition draws entries from across the U.S. and around the world. Learn more about APH InSights Art.
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Artists in the News
We love it when artists who have entered the InSights Art Contest make the news, and we want to share their stories with you. If you know an InSights Artist who has been featured in the news recently, let us know. We’ll be happy to post it here.
KCRG News, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, filmed this report on Reece Drapeau, a grade school student who won first place for his wonderful piece, “Four Seasons” for the 2016 contest. Congratulations, Reece!
AFB’s online magaine, VisionAware wrote a beautiful article about Lynda Lambert, an artist who won third place for her extraordinary beaded work, “My Bleeding Heart,” in the 2016 contest.
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About APH InSights Art
APH InSights, an annual juried competition and exhibition, is organized by APH for artists of all ages with vision loss. International in scope, this project reflects our mission to promote independence of people who are blind and visually impaired by encouraging individuals to create original art.
Around 500 entries in all types of media are received each year. Judges from Louisville’s education and art community select pieces for display at the APH Annual Meeting in October. Prize winners are invited to come to Louisville to receive their awards at an evening banquet. Artwork from entries may also be reproduced in the APH InSights Art Calendar and as images on greeting cards.