Artist's Palette

The Spice of Life

Felicity Grant can remember wanting to draw from an early age. She always wanted to sketch whatever she saw in the world around her. As a girl she was raised on a sheep and cattle property in south-west Queensland – and her close association with animals and Nature gave her artistic

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