Found Sketches from Way Back

I’ve been working in our “new” attic room — sorting through so many boxes, and finding wonderful stuff among tons of junk.  In one of the 26 boxes stored in the attic that contained previously unknown content — boxes that I just sorted through — I found 18 sketches from my early college art classes. I’ve been searching for some of these for years, though I’d forgotten about some of the others. I’m so happy to have found these!

They’re not awesome, but I was just learning to draw — and I had a lot to learn — so bear with me.  Here are 3 sketches from my first drawing class after returning to school to study art:

Stuffed-Animals-in-a-Basket---Pencil-sketch---10x8-inches---copyright-1985-Marilyn-Fenn

Stuffed Animals in a Basket
Pencil sketch
10″ x 8″
© 1985 Marilyn Fenn

Still-Lfe-Study-with-Tennis-Shoes-01---Pencil-sketch---10x8-inches---copyright-1985-Marilyn-FennStill Life Study with Tennis Shoes
Pencil sketch
8″ x 10″
© 1985 Marilyn Fenn

Still-Lfe-Study-with-Blue-Jeans-and-Tennis-Shoes---Pencil-sketch---8x10-inches---copyright-1985-Marilyn-FennStill Life Study with Blue Jeans and Tennis Shoes
Pencil sketch
8″ x 10″
© 1985 Marilyn Fenn

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The majority of artists do not paint for their audience. They paint what inspires them at the moment, with the hope that someone will enjoy viewing the art as much as they enjoyed creating it.

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