Australian How To Paint

Wonderful Wildlife

Brenda Holden spent her formative years in the foothills of Adelaide. Hiking around waterfalls in the area, she grew to love the abundant birdlife. While young, she spent many years in Broken Hill and outback Western Australia – all the while developing an appreciation for native wildlife. Her extensive travels in the country and the Australian Outback have lent authenticity to the wildlife habitats depicted in her paintings.

Brenda worked mainly on commissions

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