Visually impaired students put on art show

Students of the Lavelle School for the Blind in Williamsbridge put their artwork on display Friday for the community to enjoy.



The roughly 50 students participating in the show are blind, visually impaired or have multiple disabilities.



Their works range from 3-D canvases to paintings.



Art teacher Jessica Jones says she wanted to prepare the kids for when they leave school.


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