The idea to combine Art, Text
and Braille in an art
piece was created in 2008.
This art was called Braille Art, the Art you Touch.
collection of Braille Art can be seen and purchased at the Braille
The last few years
many braille transcribers have retired, and those jobs were not replaced.
In order to bring more people into employment
transcribing text into braille, a new line
of Braille Art has been made. With this new
Braille Art, comes a new mission which is to
take proceeds (20 Percent) from
the sale of each Braille Art piece sold and fund the
Braille Guide Fund.
The Braille Guide Fund will provide the
technology neeeded to learn braille. In
addition it will help the
individual with enrollment into the national
program to become certified.
National Library Service for the Blind and
Physically Handicapped (NLS), has awarded a contract to the National Federation of
the Blind (NFB) to conduct NLS braille certification
Braille Guide Fund will provide the
technology needed to learn braille and connect them
to the NFB to become certified.
Braille Art comes in three
collections; Patriotic, Bible verses, and Poetry.
It is custom made in America and mounted in a frame
ready to be displayed on a table or hung on a wall.
Each piece costs $39.00 and 20 percent of each Braille
Art piece sold goes to this Braille Guide Fund.
Full details are found at the Braille
Guide Fund link
above. No money from these proceeds will be used for anything other
than purchasing the technology for the reciptient of
Thank you for support!