Artist's Drawing and Inspiration

Precious Pets

Nola Clark has a few early school day recollections which include ‘being the smallest girl in school’. She also has a fond memory of regularly topping the class for drawing and sketching.

As a child she can’t remember having many toys, but vividly recalls having plenty of kids’ paints, coloured pencils and loads of paper and Spirax sketchbooks.

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