Australian How To Paint

Keeping on Dreaming

“I can’t imagine my life without painting, and my goal now is to keep on improving, and challenging myself in all facets of my life and most of all, to keep on dreaming.”

I began painting when my eldest daughter was 18 months old. I felt I needed to do something, other than change nappies and keep house. At first I tried to do an accounting course at the local TAFE College at nights, but when it took me all day to do one profit and loss statement, I surveyed my house, the paper strewn from one end to another, and me squashed up against the front door dreading the next 19 questions, and everything

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