Girl With Cerebral Palsy Draws Incredible And Beautiful Art

A 15 year-old deaf girl with cerebral palsy, who started life as a baby abandoned on a hospital doorstep, is proving a hit in the world of art.

Paintings by Tjili (pronounced Chilli) Grant Wetherill are selling for thousands of pounds, and two have just been selected by the Royal Watercolour Society for a major London exhibition.

Born in Cambodia, Tjili now lives in Hampshire’s New Forest, after being adopted by British couple James and Vik Grant Wetherill, when she was just eight weeks old.