The LightHouse for the Blind Gallery is an avenue to highlight the vast depths of creativity and talent in our community, through a series of rotating exhibits by blind artists. The gallery, which resides in the lobby of 1155 Market St., has held dynamic mosaic pieces, photography and multimedia art, and rotates about twice a year. Besides providing aesthetically poignant and culturally impactful art, we aim to challenge conventions of blind ability and ambition through the work on display.
If you are a blind or visually impaired artist, or know someone who is, and would like to show their work in our gallery, please contact Jennifer Sachs at JSachs@lighthouse-sf.org.
Blind photographer Ted Tahquechi shares the way he sees the human body.
Claire Spector is a legally blind contemporary textile artist. She sews by feel. Her latest exhibit, Blind Stitching: Vis-AbilityTM, is on display in the LightHouse Gallery. Claire’s work is up through December 2019.
Kurt Schwartzmann’s pen, ink, watercolor and acrylic pen multimedia pieces, inspired by and depicting the SF MUNI system, are currently on display in the LightHouse Gallery. Kurt’s work is up through May 2019.
Deaf- blind mosaic artist Mary Dignan displayed her lively tactile works at the LightHouse in the summer of 2018.
Blind photographer Alice Wingwall displayed her dynamic, vibrant photographs at the LightHouse in the fall of 2017.
Longtime LightHouse community member Charles Blackwell displayed his jazz-inspired acrylic paintings in the spring of 2017.