Peggy Little, an 83-year-old artist from Orillia who dedicated decades to perfecting her craft, seeks public aid to recover her missing artworks.
Little's passion for decoupage began almost half a century ago, where she skillfully created realistic depictions of birds, plants, and natural landscapes using paper, incorporating influences from different cultures into her art.
Unfortunately, some of her beloved artworks were lost a few years back when she and her husband were moving from their Washago home to their current Orillia condo. Little fell sick and was hospitalized during the downsizing process.
There are around 10 missing pieces of Peggy's artwork, and she is willing to pay to get them back. If anyone has one of her pieces, they can reach out to Greg McGrath-Goudie at [email protected], who can connect them with Peggy.