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Published on Oct 26, 2014
Subscribe to BBC News www.youtube.com/bbcnews Sargy Mann has been painting all of his professional life, first as a teacher and later as a professional artist. In his mid-30s he developed cataracts on both eyes, eventually leading to total blindness. He continued to paint.Twenty-five years later, Sargy's work is highly sought-after by collectors with paintings regularly selling for upward of £50,000 (US$80,000). He spoke to BBC News about his life and gave an insight into how he continues to work. Video journalists: James Dowd & Matt Margrett