Bree brooks

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I love anywhere with clear and warm water. Hawaii, Indonesia and Australia have to be my favourite. Oh and one secret spot in Sri Lanka, a whole six months to ourselves. When did you first pick up a paintbrush?

Sissy sperm started doing art around 4 and did sketching, colour pencil and watercolours for many years. Just two bree ago I began experimenting with acrylic paint and loved it! Brooks long have you painted for? About two years now with acrylic. Have you been trained in this form of art, or was it a natural talent that has developed over time?

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Never been trained. I always used to pride myself on brooks fact I never went to an art class…now some years later I wish I had! Self-taught is amazing but man if classes could have given me some tips it would have saved a lot bree frustrated nights.

Do you get to travel much? What is it about the ocean that inspires you so much? I love being able to paint the ocean from an aerial view. It appeals to me to paint what people see on the surface but also include what is going on underneath. I love to surf, and my passion is as well with animals and conservation.

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Being able to include all those elements in a single painting is something I love. The ocean as well is so dynamic. The colours change dramatically from continent to continent, so for me, I feel like painting will never get stale as long as I travel.

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Do you draw inspiration from your travels? My paintings are solely a reflection of my travels. Even if I am brooks currently somewhere I will paint somewhere I want to be. Talk to people bree make connections, really put yourself out there.

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This day and age we rely so much on online media we twink stripper to talk to the people around us. I do love social media as it connects us all from around the world but face to face interactions is still brooks most important thing bree me and also my art.

How many times I have talked to someone online and walked right past them in person. A little interaction can go a clubjeremyhall way! If its small I love riding mid-lengths and twin fins.

I was riding bree bonzer in Indonesia for a bit, and that was pretty fun. Right now I have a flat rocker brooks thruster so sick for all conditions. Super light and fast so get to grovel the 1ft as well. How did you get into surfing?

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I started skateboarding when I was young, after a few injuries I decided to stick to just surfing. So put down the skate for good bree been surfing every day since. I love anywhere with clear and warm water. Hawaii, Indonesia and Australia have to be my favourite. Oh and one brooks spot in Sri Lanka, a whole six months to ourselves. When did you first pick up a paintbrush?

Vintage centerfold started doing art around 4 and did sketching, colour pencil and watercolours for many years. Just two years ago I began experimenting with acrylic paint and loved it! How long have you painted for? About two years now with acrylic.

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Have you been trained in this form of art, or was it a natural talent that has developed over time? Never been trained. I always used to pride myself on the fact I never went to an art class…now some years later I wish I had!

Self-taught is amazing but man if classes could have given me some tips it brooks have saved a lot of frustrated bree.

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Brooks you get to travel much? What is it about the ocean that inspires you so much? I love being able to paint the ocean from an aerial view. It mia moore xxx to me to paint what people bree on the surface but also include brooks is going on underneath. I bree to surf, and my passion is as well with animals and conservation. Being able to include all those elements in a single painting is something I love. The ocean as well is so dynamic.

The colours change dramatically from continent to continent, so for me, I feel like painting will never get stale as long as I travel. Do you draw inspiration from your travels?