While Lulu De Panbehchi was going through chemo for breast cancer she needed to occupy herself. Her outlet became her iPhone and some drawing apps that were available. Here she shares some of the several hundred that she has created, and continues to create. The week after this presentation she found out that 3 of her artworks were awarded first place in a gallery show.
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