From the moment you meet Juliet Leong, surrounded by her nature inspired artwork, it’s apparent she is not your average 4.5 year old. I’m never gonna stop painting. The mini member of MENSA has lots of kid like hobbies, like swimming, martial arts and telling jokes. Why did the dinosaur across the world? I don’t know why.
To watch the video and view original content:
Together the chicken wasn’t born yet, but it’s her paintings, which impress us the most. Her parents say they started a scribbles at the tender age of eight months, and by age three I have no idea how she did. It just blew me away. Here’s the new Bob Ross. Juliet has created more than 100 works of art, with nearly a dozen fetching over $4000 for the Asian donor program. Sell the painting to help people are a counter and find a match with her mom’s help. This kid prodigy makes painting tutorials on YouTube and even offers to give me a lesson were printed Banda line.
As we wait for each layer to dry, Juliette asks to serenade us with her violin. Then later challenges me now on business for a room toe, a math competition. I’m sweating and beats me. That was very easy when we’re all done. Juliet, how do you think I did? I think good. You think good.
She has these words of advice to me and anybody else watching. Who wants to make a difference in the new Year? You can do it if you focus in Piedmont. Dion Lim, ABC seven News