Girl with autism lights up Dartford with her psychedelic doodles

News Shopper: Daisy Ingram began doodling on the iPad when she was three Daisy Ingram began doodling on the iPad when she was three

AN AUTISTIC girl is creating a splash in Dartford with her doodles.

Daisy Ingram, eight, suffers from autism and global developmental delay and struggles with communication.

News Shopper: Daisy hard at work

However she loves drawing on her iPad and computer and now her mum, Sam, has set up a website selling her designs to raise money for a sensory room in her home.

News Shopper: Autistic girl lights up Dartford art scene with her doodles

Mrs Ingram, 35, of Heath Lane, Dartford said: “She just loves doing the drawings, she’s been doing them since she was three.

“Sometimes she deletes them straight away though so I have to swoop in to save them.

“It is very hard to get in her world but she loves music and light which is why we want to build her a sensory room in the house.”

The pictures are on sale now with prices ranging from £4 to £28.

Nearby businesses are also helping out. What...if? Gallery in Dartford High Street has offered to run a children’s Easter Art Day on April 19 with proceeds going towards the room.

For more information, visit daisydoodles.org.uk

News Shopper: Autistic girl lights up Dartford art scene with her doodles

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5:39pm Fri 7 Feb 14

mouthalmighty says...

I love the arch one. She has a good eye. Well done Daisy.
I love the arch one. She has a good eye. Well done Daisy. mouthalmighty
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