Monthly Beauties | Krista Webb
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Representation Matters! Bold Blind Beauty believes that “Real Beauty Transcends Barriers” and today’s cover model, Krista Webb is an example of our belief.
Krista is an amazing wood burning artist who I connected with on Instagram. In addition to showcasing her work in photos she also provides many videos of her entire process. If you aren’t already following her after seeing her work you will. She also has an Etsy store where you can purchase her creations or even place a custom order.
Below are some words of wisdom from Krista and below her Beyond Sight Magazine cover is her bio where you can learn a little more of her story. Enjoy! ~Steph
I only hope to help spread kindness, put a smile on your pretty face, encourage you to “go for it” and live life to your fullest. Find that positive.~Krista Webb
Beyond Sight Magazine Cover
Hey y’all! I am 34 years old, a mom of two kids, and have Ushers Syndrome (RP and hearing loss). Since becoming legally blind 3 years ago, I found a hobby that has essentially become my therapy for coping with my deteriorating vision. Doing pyrography (wood burning) has given me new spark in life.
Oh! Please message me for custom work. @blindlove.woodburning
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Connecting With Krista:
- Instagram @BlindLove.Woodburning
- Etsy BlindLoveWoodburning
- The header photo is identical to the image used on the Beyond Sight Magazine cover. Krista is a white woman who’s standing outdoors with her white cane in one hand while making a V sign with the other. She’s wearing a ballcap, denim shorts and a Sam Seavey branded black tee that says “The Blind Life” with a skull. Text on the cover reads “Beyond Sight April 2022 | Monthly Beauties | Krista Webb.”
- (Described by Krista) I am next to the tire cover that is the same image of the wood burn piece I’m holding. The wood piece is approx 5.5” of “Explore” written on the top and directly under that are hands signing each letters. Below are mountains, lake, trees and a moose. All wood burned, no added colors.
- Wood burned ornaments. The oak wood slices are wood burned of initials with braille below it.The ornaments are hanging on a cane with the twine attached to the wood slices. Each ornament has three letters and braille (dots) below them.