I first saw the work of Christopher French in November at the Pyramid Atlantic outside D.C. I was instantly captivated, looking at it closely, from a distance, walking away, coming back to get another look, taking a peek at the prices, etc. French generally uses Braille paper on wood or linen panels, and his work is big on dots and patterns. Lots of texture, and even, in this case, lots of text (by Lewis Carroll). Not to mention the lovely colors. In other words, everything about his work is up my alley.
You can see some of French’s other works here or read a few art reviews to get a better grasp of his style. Word to the wise: French regularly exhibits in the D.C. area. Try to see his work in person if you find yourself in town.