If you’re colorblind and don’t know what you’re looking at, then you can’t just look at anything.

That means you need to understand the different types of paint you can use to create beautiful, interesting, and unique artworks.

We’ve got the information you need, but we also want to show you how to get started and learn how to apply it.

We’re excited to be hosting our first Colorblind Art Show at the National Museum of American History, on November 12th and 13th, 2019.

You’ll have access to a gallery of colorblind artists and a live stream of our talks, including new work from Colorblind Colorists and some of the world’s most talented colorblind paint artists.

We’ll be doing demos of color blindness-themed art and we’re even bringing in the colorblind-friendly artist of the year, Rachel Purdy.

So, go check out what’s on the line at the Museum of the American Dream in Washington, DC on November 10th and 11th.

For more information about the National Gallery of Art, go to http://art.nfa.gov.

The National Museum and Art Gallery of Philadelphia will also host Colorblind Colors on November 1st, 2019 at their Gallery of Color.

And for more information on the National Center for Colorblindness, go here.