COLUMBIA — About 17 third-graders at Lee Elementary School sat at their tables in art class Thursday with white blindfolds over their eyes. The children had empty pages in front of them as well as four cups of paint — in red, yellow, blue and white. Each color had a different texture, so the students could feel the difference as they painted.
Blind artist: 'Painting is seeing for me'
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