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A look at the work of Donald Gibson; Deafblind sculptor

1997
Donald Gibson is a talented sculptor, who happens to be Deafblind. His tutor Bon Suter shares with the reporter that she feels Donald has a real gift for sculpting that she and others around him admire.
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Donald Gibson is a talented sculptor, who happens to be Deafblind. His tutor Bon Suter shares with the reporter that she feels Donald has a real gift for sculpting.

We see Donald working very hard on sanding down his works, which includes a sculpture of a cat, a dog, a feminine statue, and birds in a nest.

His sculptures are very popular, with visitors to the studio always heading for his sculptures and in many cases buying them.

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