Secret Window.

This exhibition has ended.

After the success of running two national art exhibitions, Sense is proud to launch the ‘Secret Window’ – a free London exhibition displaying the highly visual work of two young artists, both of whom have Usher syndrome, a major cause of deaf-blindness in the UK.

This exhibition is the aspiration of Sense’s vision to celebrate the achievements of deafblind people and promote their creative talents. Secret Window is the logical progression for artists Lloyd McCullough and Ian Treherne to showcase their individual yet complimentary work.

Lloyd McCullough
Lloyd McCullough’s fantasy images are testament to the richness of his imagination. His artwork takes its viewers into a beautiful and mystical world. Lloyd was born profoundly deaf with Usher syndrome. His love of art began as soon as he learnt how to hold a pencil and he has a BA (Hons) in Illustration.

Ian Treherne
Ian Treherne also has Usher – he was born partially deaf and has limited vision. After discovering in his teens that his eyesight would gradually deteriorate, Ian picked up the camera and began to document those places that people walk past everyday without a second glance. Finding art in areas that most people take for granted, Ian’s work spans urban wastelands, city-scapes and scenes from nature.


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PHOTOSENSE is a exploration of narrative and the response of the different senses.

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