Australian How To Paint

Freedom of Brushwork

Full-time teacher Michael Einersen had been painting for around 20 years under the inspirational tutelage of Glenn Demnar. Until recently, painting was mainly an enjoyable pastime. His works would briefly adorn his walls, soon to be ‘acquired’ by friends and family members. Although he still loved his daily interaction with students, at the end of 2005 he decided to resign from his job of 23 years – to devote his time to art.

“I have always enjoyed experimenting with landscapes, principally of Australian natural environments.” says Michael. “Lack of time and finances, however, often meant the subject matter

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