Posted by Artsy on March 23, 2019 09:53:22 When I first started drawing, I was only 15.
My parents taught me to draw and to paint.
I learned how to make paintings and sculptures.
My dad took me to the painting gallery in my neighbourhood to look at paintings by famous painters like Renoir, Van Gogh, Matisse and Van Gogeel.
It was a great opportunity to learn a lot about the art form.
I was also taught by friends about the craft of painting.
At the time, I thought that I would be painting for a living.
After graduating from the Royal Art College, I moved to Melbourne to study art at the Royal College of Art.
I graduated in 2005 and started my career in the painting industry.
When I began working in my first gallery in 2010, I knew I wanted to continue in my passion and passion for art.
After working as a curator for four years, I decided to take my career to a larger stage, and in 2011, I founded the Artsy.com, a website where I post art projects and tutorials.
I am passionate about creating a sustainable and safe space for artists to collaborate and share their art.
In 2016, Artsy acquired the title ‘The New Artsy’.
In 2017, I started the ArtSy.org community, where I help artists, students, makers, art enthusiasts and the general public share their work and share ideas about the creative process.
My goal is to create a community where artists, makers and the public can collaborate, share and learn from each other.
It’s a community that’s open to everyone.
The Artsy is a platform for all art lovers to share, collaborate and learn about the arts.
It also provides a platform to promote the art and craft of all ages.
I have been working at Artsy since 2017.
I enjoy teaching and curating the Art Sy’s new website Artsy, which provides access to the latest art and crafts ideas, exhibitions and tutorials from leading industry experts.
I also post new art, tutorials and art projects on the Art Synonym website, and I also collaborate on a regular basis with artists from the Melbourne Art Gallery to produce a wide range of curated exhibitions, such as ‘The Art of the Craft’ exhibition.
I believe Artsy has a strong community, a supportive community and an inclusive community.
As a curator, I enjoy interacting with people in a fun and friendly way and I’m looking forward to building on this relationship with the ArtSynonym community in the future.