BLIND QUILT ARTIST AARON JOHNSON EDITORIAL PORTRAIT
Aaron Johnson, who goes by "A.J," creates art despite his blindness from a brain tumor when he was 13. A.J. 's art will be the feature of a one-man show on display through Accessible Arts at the Kansas School for the Blind beginning September 30th. The school will benefit from the proceeds of his works. A.J. is photographed wrapped in one of his unfinished quilts.
- KANSAS CITY STAR
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- Contained in galleries