You’ll Never Believe This…….

You’ll never believe this……Some of my photos have been chosen for Several exhibitions around Italy, starting 4th April in Ancona.

Info taken from website:

5 – 27 April 2014
Openig 5th April 5.30 pm
Museo Tattile Statale Omero, Ancona

The exhibition presents sculptures, paintings in various techniques, bas-reliefs, pictures, installations and video clips realized by 30 blind artists from 6 different countries, as well as full-sensorial fruition works crafted by sighted artists.

I’m so honoured to be chosen and i still can’t believe it! This first Ancona exhibition, my photos are presented on a forex panel with 3 photos they chose from the iChristian ‘Blind Photographer” page….see image below.

Photos on forex panel for Ancona Exhibition

Photos on forex panel for Ancona Exhibition  

 For the final exhibition in Florence, Italy in December, i’ll be sending them 6 mounted & framed images and we’ll be actually going to visit the exhibition and meet the people etc at the museum. As you can imagine i’m really excited! 🙂 

More Info…




The exhibition ART SENSES 2013, dedicated to blind and visually impaired people, starts in Ancona 4th April 2014, and then Tuscany, region in Italy, on October 26th in Massa Marittima, and it ended in Grosseto on December 3rd, with a conference on the occasion of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities

More than sixty works by 28 blind or visually impaired artists – out of them 15 are from other countries – became part of the art exhibition reserved to them, that includes a wide variety of languages and media.

The thirteen Italian artists mixed with the fifteen from England, Estonia, Finland, Israel, Slovenija, thereby showing a community geographically distant, yet close due to the desire to participate and get involved. 

Among all the works selected for the exhibition, six artists was chosen by a technical jury, as

Award winners

The aim of this artistic path falls within the overall significance of the event, that of appreciating, producing, living art with our other senses, participating together and closely to the experience of those who just cannot see, especially now that the world is increasingly dominated by visual messages. 

ArtSenses starts just from there, and invites everyone to explore “other” ways to experience the creative reality.



The exhibition will then travel to other exhibition halls, as the OMERO Tactile State Museum in Ancona, Italy, from the 4th until the 27th of April 2014 placed into the important Mole Vanvitelliana; in December 2014 the prestigious PALAZZO MEDICI RICCARDI in Florence. 

This event thus creates the chance to take the concept also beyond national boundaries and it becomes a source of cultural growth and of social and ethical participation, demonstrating the interest in a project that can be regarded beyond the standard canons of art.



The UK blind or partially sighted artists are invited to participate to the exhibition from the 3nd until the 15th of December,in FLORENCE, Italy, within the Galleria delle Carrozze of the PALAZZO MEDICI RICCARDI, one of the most famous historical buildings of the city. 

The works selected will be exhibited from 3th to 15th December 2014 in the historical centre of Florence, Italy, within the Galleria delle Carrozze of the Palazzo Medici Riccardi.


Concept and organization

Associazione culturale Art@ltro

in collaboration with

UIC- Italian Blind Union


Info:  – facebook: Artaltro Associazione culturale  – 

About Steve

✞Follower of Christ, Husband, Guitarist, Drummer, Photographer, Health & Fitness advocate....Oh and i'm also Blind too! 😀

32 Responses to “You’ll Never Believe This…….”

  1. A belated congratulations, Steve. Very well done, and well deserved.

  2. WOW – This is fantabAWESOME!

  3. Just checking back, Steve. How did things go??

  4. Awesome Steve! I think they made an excellent choice with you, you are so talented! Enjoy every moment, you deserve it! 🙂

  5. Congratulations Steve! It is great that your photography will gain a wider audience-it deserves to be seen! I wish you continued success!

  6. Nice, going, Steve; what a great event, not to mention a huge milestone? Enjoy the glory!

  7. Steve, this is absolutely fantastic, well done my friend, and many, many congratulations to you on this amazing opportunity and achievement, I wish you all the very best, your photographs are wonderful and you richly deserve this!! So exciting 🙂

  8. Congratulations! That is such a great blessing and I know your photos will be a tremendous blessing to all who see them.

  9. That is so awesome! congratulations!

  10. That is fantastic… I hope you have a wonderful trip and experience… I’m sure you will.. Diane

  11. Amazing, Steve!! Congrats!! So happy for you! May the Lord continue to bless your work and may He be glorified!

  12. \(^_^)/ Congratulations!!!

  13. What a blessing to have so many people viewing your photographs through this exhibit!! Congratulations and all glory to God who lets us see Him!!!

  14. Congratulations! That’s so wonderfu, and I’m glad that you’ll have this amazing opportunity, not only to travel, but to spread God’s love! 🙂 I’ll be praying for you!

  15. How awesome Steve! You are very deserving of this recognition. Congrats!

  16. Wonderful! Congratulations – can’t wait to hear all about your trip.

  17. Steve, that’s fabulous news! The honor is well deserved, and you will positively fall in love with Florence! Praise God, for these are His plans for you, greater than you imagined!

  18. Wow, congratulations, Steve!! How thrilling!! And they are beautiful photographs!! May you have a great time and much success– you deserve it all!!

  19. What great news! Congratulations. Your photos are truly lovely.

  20. Excuse me for being contrary but I COMPLETELY believe it. Your stuff is gorgeous. Celebrate!!

  21. Congratulations Steve!

  22. Phil Gascoigne Reply April 3, 2014 at 18:04

    Well done Steve. Better pictures than most fully-sighted photographers. You deserve it. PHIL

    Sent from my iPhone


  23. I can believe it- God has blessed you, my friend. May He continue to shine through your cameras.

  24. Good for you, Steve! You have an exceptionally good eye for composition. Congratulations on your achievements and special recognition!

  25. Congratulations Steve, on your Italian exhibition. May it be the start of many more exhibitions and letting people around the world enjoy your photos. 🙂


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