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Artists Are Storytellers Who Speak To Your Soul

Art isn’t a talent, it’s a language

A selection of charcoal and graphite artwork by Jessica Barnaby of Barnaby Studio, Pet & People Portraits
Art by me, Jessica Barnaby

Crayons, colouring pencils and glunky messy paints are fun but I wanted to be a storyteller when I grew up.

A storyteller needs a typewriter, typewriter ribbon and bottles of Tippex. Luckily we had all this in the house, the typewriter weighed just a bit more than a small car and I never managed…




All about art and the lovely things art does to your mind

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