Australian How To Paint

Water of Life

From the age of seven it was evident that Genevieve Montgomerie’s drawing demonstrated a child’s talent for capturing what it was that she saw as opposed to what was in the mind’s eye.

An unusual talent for a child of this age, her artwork drew great interest from her teacher and principal among others, which in turn inspired Montgomerie to continue to observe carefully and sketch, render

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