Australian How To Paint

Like an Athlete

Once upon a time, there was a boy who drew stick figures …

I kid you not! At the age of seven, I did just that. And school friends were always asking me to draw things for them. I coloured in, and stayed within the lines, never realising that my early formal training had begun.

None of us really know where

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