One day, while ferreting in the garage, Narelda Joy's mother uncovered a technically accurate drawing of a tartan toilet, which Narelda Joy had produced some years before, at age five. Far from being flushed with embarrassment, Narelda Joy overflowed with memories of her creative childhood, and began dreaming up wild textured creations. She hightailed it from the hounds, curtailed her cat cajoling, and left the vet clinic to become an illustrator. Many rolls of paper later, she graduated and expanded her repertoire to include everything else she could think to create in 2D and 3D including the kitchen sink.
Find out more about Narelda Joy at her website.