John Bramblitt (born 1971) is a blind painter of American origin. He is currently the and no-one else blind muralist in the world considering murals in New York and Dallas. Bramblitt is known for his adept colors and a style that is a mixture of impressionism combined in the same way as the radical feel of pop art. Bramblitt's art has similar to to on peak of 120 countries just about the world, and he is known for his interactive speaking events, lectures, and clear art workshops where everyone paints together no event their realization or disability.
Bramblitt was born in 1971, El Paso, Texas, United States. He began painting after losing his sight in 2001 after a series of rasping seizures. He fell into a deep depression until he found painting. He managed to distinguish two oscillate colours by feeling their textures. He as well as feels his subjects in order to paint them. He has been the subject of numerous media stories including a documentary that won several quick film awards and a video that was voted Most Inspirational Video of 2008 for YouTube. He was awarded three U.S. presidential advance awards in 2005, 2006, and 2007 for his instigation of a series of release art workshops intended to bring art to people and neighborhoods which lack access to art instruction. He is as a consequence the author of book Shouting in the dark. He now nevertheless paints and lives bearing in mind his wife and son.
While he was a student at the University of North Texas, Bramblitt was featured on Bob Phillips' syndicated television anthology series, Texas Country Reporter.