Pay a visit to the Windows of the Soul website – the beautiful and unique artwork on display will lift your spirits. Each work has been created by an artist with some form of visual impairment, and the artworks range from paintings to audio-visual pieces as well as poetry.
Loft built the website as a pro bono project with our friends at Moorfields Eye Hospital and University College London. More than just an online gallery, the site also promotes physical forms of the exhibition when they occur and provides information about the range of eye conditions the contributing artists have.
Artwork courtesy of Lindsey Whitelaw and Samantha Leftwich
“Establishing a digital presence with a sustainable framework was a key priority for Windows of the Soul. Our website, designed by Loft Digital, beautifully conveyed the inspiration and grace of the exhibition in an accessible manner.”Siegfried Wagner, MRC Clinical Research Training Fellow
Date posted23 October 2021
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