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Portraiture is my Greatest Love

Emma Ward has been a creative her entire life. An upbringing on a dairy farm meant she spent many hours in solitude, in which she would often spend her mornings before school at the craft table. Emma describes being artistically minded right through school and was noticed by a drama teacher as having potential. However, Emma’s background was not particularly arts focused and she simply thought art was something she just ‘did’, not necessarily

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