Before losing her eyesight, Jo drew as a hobby, painting murals in her house and giving drawings on paper to people as presents. After becoming blind, she didn't think she would ever draw again, but nine years ago she started doing murals on her house walls again, and rediscovered her love of drawing.
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The Urban Potentials Exhibition at The RGI Kelly Gallery captures the beauty and movement of the built environment and the communities which inhabit the landscapes of Scotland's west coast.