Looking through different eyes

A new exhibition called See What I See, an insightful journey into the lives of four young lads with disabilities, will go on show for one week only at the Waywood Gallery in Byron Bay from this Friday, September 22.

Lismore-based disability worker Jenny London says the work of these four local men Zion Stewart, Mathew Wiggins, Aaron Houston and Liam Bruce (pictured) often moves others with its simplicity and joy.

As the invite says: Their remarkable vision shines from the heart with senses of innocence, friendship and good humour always at the fore. It may open your eyes to a different way of looking at your world. One thats empowering, uplifting, uncomplicated, courageous and swathed in heartfelt humour.

See What I See will remain on show until September 29.

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