Inspirational painter with disabilities turns to new talent amid coronavirus pandemic

Updated: March 23, 2020 11:48 AM
Created: March 20, 2020 07:04 PM

Lucy Picasso was painting or drawing at a local art studio for artists with disabilities when the coronavirus pandemic started taking place.

Due to the pandemic, the studio closed. That just made Lucy explore some of her other talents, such as cooking.


"I've been planning on making eggs and tacos and taco dip, to show people how to cook," Picasso said.

Thus far, Lucy has tackled St. Patrick's day recipes, deviled eggs and even some beverages.

To learn more about Lucy and see her art, follow the link here. You can also find more of her work here.

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