Sunday, April 20, 2008

Artists with disabilities show off talents

Elizaberth Cores' paintings "Resurrection" (left) and "Narcissus," in the hallway at MossRehab at Elkins Park.
Nearly 70 artists and craftspeople with disabilities ranging from visual impairments to paralysis are displaying and selling their work in an international Philadelphia art show that runs through June 15. "I didn't know I was handicapped. My mother never told me," said woodworker Dick Wexelblat, whose childhood polio left him with only partial use of one hand. The Philadelphia Inquirer

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