Supporting the disabled community

Blind Travels blog logo a silhouette of a photographer with a guide dog in harness.

I love to support organizations that focus on making a positive difference in the lives of the disabled community. Over the last five years, I have been working with Access Gallery located in the Denver Santa Fe Art District. Access Gallery offers fantastic art-centric programs especially tailored to the needs of the disabled. Each year, they host a fundraiser where 99 artists come together to support this worthwhile organization.     

Each year I donate a print to Access Gallery for annual fundraiser. This year for the first time the event will be held virtually, so my friends from all over the country can participate. I don’t sell my work, so the only way to get one of my prints is through a fundraiser like this. The print they will be selling is a limited-edition print from an upcoming body of work.  I invite you all to attend the free virtual fundraiser starting at 5:00 pm on October 23rd.
My wife, Carrie Tahquechi who makes handmade custom jewelry has also donated an amazing piece for the event Help us support Access Gallery, they have changed so many people’s lives with the work they do.
If you end up getting a piece of art, I’d love you to send me a message about it!
Here is a link with more information about Access Gallery and the 99 pieces of Art on the Wall fundraiser. 

Comments are Closed

© 2024: Blind Travels | Travel Theme by: D5 Creation | Powered by: WordPress
Skip to content