‘A reason to get up in the morning’: Well-known disabled artist Yitzhak Adir.
(photo credit: YITZHAK ADIR)
The urge to create doesn’t disappear because a person is disabled.As Monet continued painting even when going blind, artists without the use of their hands find ways to express their vision by holding their paintbrushes between their teeth, or clenching them between their toes.
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