Seeing beyond the limits


Last updated 5/2/2024 at 11:20am

Photo by Jay Mather

Gary Albertson

We take our senses for granted. It's hard for most of us to contemplate being deaf or blind. We just don't want to imagine it. We're amazed when we see somebody who has lost their sight do amazing things. Making music, for example - like Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles, Ronnie Milsap.

Or we admire James Thurber, the blind cartoonist for The New Yorker; Claude Monet, French painter; James Joyce, Irish writer.

How about a blind photographer? How's that possible? Well, it is. Meet Gary Albertson. He lives in Camp Sherman, and his works hang in a local Sisters gallery.

Gary Albertson didn't start life...

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