Artist's Palette

The Cottagey Look

Now in her sixties, Jocelyn Girle is a latecomer to the fascinating world of art. Seven years ago she was asked to contribute to an art and craft exhibition at Goondiwindi.

Life was challenging for Jocelyn at that time … her second husband (who has since passed away) was being treated for cancer …but she accepted the invitation to submit some creative work.

“I exhibited about 30

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