Australian How To Paint

Born to Draw, Baby!

I want to take you back to 1993. I am a horse-mad girl with long brown hair and utterly lovesick. I love horses. Then along comes the Arabian horse. On the outside, this breed of horse is famous for its beauty, refinement and movement. This is all very enchanting to me, but what I come to know is what is on the inside of this magical and mesmerizing breed; they are sensitive, people-loving and kind. I am now 14 and Arabian horses are my world. I read and collect magazines about them. I do little sketches of them instead of doing my schoolwork. An opportunity arises for me to be connected with a purebred Arabian

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