Australian How To Paint

Drawing on life’s encounters

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Even now, living in Brisbane, I am surrounded by South-East Queensland’s treasure trove of beautiful natural features such as beaches, bays, mountain ranges and World Heritage-listed rainforests.

Travel has been an important part of my life and exploring the diversity and amazing natural wonders around the world has certainly influenced my appreciation of the nature and the role art can play in the telling of its story.

Naturally then, when I began painting a few years ago, I was inspired by my love of wildlife and the desire to highlight respect for animals and human’s

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