Sargy Mann: How a blind painter sees, repost from BBC News, June 14, 2015
Sargy Mann died this spring, but during his thirty years as a legally blind artist and ten years with no vision at all, he found ways to continue painting and became increasingly successful with his totally blind paintings fetching high prices.
As the eye surgeries continued lessening and changing his remaining vision each time, he found ways to adjust and keep painting. This autobiographical narrative about how he accomplished this has ideas and strategies for everyone who is struggling with vision loss. Here is the story.