By Lynne Adkins

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — An exhibition of art from visually impaired artists is underway in Philadelphia.

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You can view and buy works from more than 40-legally blind adult artists at the Form in Art exhibition at Wills Eye Institute.

Alice Lea Tasman pictured Credit:  Lynne Adkins

Alice Lea Tasman pictured Credit: Lynne Adkins

Show Chair, Alice Lea Tasman says the works are produced in classes held at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

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“They can show their works and people buy these things and so they are making their own way in life being blind or visually impaired and it’s a wonderful thing it’s a testimony not only to them but it’s a great outreach for our hospital,” Tasman says.

The pieces are on display on the 8th floor at Wills Eye Institute in the 8-hundred block of Walnut Street.

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All proceeds go to the artist.