Shelley showed promising signs of becoming a talented artist at a young age. In high school Shelley was presented with the Art award in Grade 12. She continued her studies at the University of Guelph and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Fine Art in 1988.
Since then she has been an accomplished painter displaying her artwork around southern Ontario.
Shelley’s paintings demonstrate great attention to detail.
"You’re Too Cute to Be Disabled" shows through Shelley’s varied experiences, she gained the confidence, wisdom, and the power of positive thinking to turn dreams into realities. It shares her transition from a young, frightened girl to a self-confident, happy, independent, and incredibly tenacious woman through a lot of love, laughter, and tears.
Follow the links below to purchase a copy of You’re Too Cute to be Disabled” Living with Limb-girdle Muscular Dystrophy available in hard cover, soft copy or e-read.
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