Art: Deaf Sculptor

To the blind, sharp ears are given and sensitive fingers; those who cannot hear must use their eyes to make up for being deaf. Great musicians have been deaf; to sculptors, lack of hearing should surely prove no handicap. Thus, Mrs. Louise Wilder, deaf and somewhat famed sculptor of babies, last week indicated some of the advantages which she has derived from her deficiency. "Having been deaf for fourteen years I have learned to work entirely by myself never hearing the disturbing noises that bother so many artists in big cities. While others must go to the country for solitude, I...

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