Fleurieu Living Magazine

The paintbrush bearing passenger

Katie Shriner discovered her talent early in life. The Colorado-born artist was in her first year of school when, surrounded by a crowd of awestruck five-year-olds, she added the final pencil strokes to a picture of a dinosaur. This childhood moment became an indelible memory for ‘Crafty Katie’ as

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