Indianapolis artist Pete Brown doesn’t want people to just come look at his new artwork.
He expects people to walk up and put their hands right on it. They are invited to feel the texture, note the change in paint type and use all of their senses to experience what he’s created.
Brown has created the exhibition, titled Blind, to bring people who are visually impaired into the art world.
The pieces combine touch, sound and smell into a multisensory experience that can be enjoyed by all people.