Australian How To Paint

“Look! Look! That’s my Daddy’s painting!”

As a boy, Aaron Gan dreamt of being a professional artist. While other children wanted to grow up to become doctors, lawyers, firefighters or the president, deep inside he knew that his calling was to be an artist.

“Ever since I could hold a pencil, I was always drawing. My mum is still telling stories of how my kindergarten teachers always asked her if she has been doing my drawing assignments for me,” says Aaron.

High school came and

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