Gifted young artist Kirsty Nathan donated her work of art called The Giving Painting to the Mount Isa and North West Queensland Breast Cancer Support Group last week.
The painting will be raffled off to raise money for the Breast Cancer Support Group.
Ms Nathan said the painting has three flowers which represented the three ladies from the Breast Cancer group who came to give a talk to Selectability Women’s Group.
Selectability is a community mental health and wellbeing service which supports communities.
“Even though they look the same, each lily has different petals like each of the beautiful ladies,” Ms Nathan said.
The red dots in the painting depict the love they show for their work and the yellow represents the sunshine they have bought to breast cancer patients and family.
Pink is for those suffering or who have passed on while the water depicts the flowing of outreach work to the outer communities. The white dots are the Mount Isa community.