Peggy Lum-Brouillard’s ancestral roots has always been an integral part of her life and in many ways has influenced her art. Oriental themes are reflected in many of her art pieces. With her passion for painting and sculpture, she combines liquid acrylics with mixed media to create vibrant art. Peggy’s lifedrawing studies are created using watercolour techniques with liquid acrylics. Currently she resides in Kingston with her spouse and works as a Medical Administrative Assistant.
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