Pen Drawings

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James Parker, Dennis Howell, Samantha Lombardo, Lill-beate Nymoen, Romy Galicia, John Hampshire, M. Sherwood Libby, Stephanie Hayden, Thomas Konrath, Susan Baquie, Mary Shobe, Don Siler offering original Pen Drawings artworks.


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James Parker: 'Big Oak and Cabin', 2002 Pen Drawing, Fantasy. Fantasy cabin with large oak...
Fantasy - Drawing
8 x 6 inches (20.3 x 15.2 cm)
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James Parker: 'Stream and Trees', 2002 Pen Drawing, Landscape. A nice quiet scene in black and white...
Landscape - Drawing
14 x 11 inches (35.6 x 27.9 cm)
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James Parker: 'Tree Meadow', 2002 Pen Drawing, Landscape. Trees layered from foreground to distant mountains gives this pen and ink and interesting black and white perspective.  ...
Landscape - Drawing
14 x 11 inches (35.6 x 27.9 cm)
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James Parker: 'Multi Trees', 2002 Pen Drawing, Landscape. This high contrast black on white pen and ink drawing of a few Ohio summer trees has a certain appealing lightness. The close detail that fine pens allow, even on small subjects, has been the main draw for me to this media. ...
Landscape - Drawing
14 x 11 inches (35.6 x 27.9 cm)
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Dennis Howell: 'My First Cut', 1996 Pen Drawing, Urban. 18 X 24 Stippled with black Indian Ink on Glossey Poster Paper. This was done using Rapidograph Tech Pens. Very time consuming, however this is my favorite style. This Peace is Titled, My First Cut. This was taken from a photograph my father took. Original N. F. S. ( Prints Only) . ( ...
Urban - Drawing
18 x 24 inches (45.7 x 61.0 cm)
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James Parker: 'Tree Collection II', 2003 Pen Drawing, nature. Second montage of pen and ink tree drawings....
nature - Drawing
10 x 8 inches (25.4 x 20.3 cm)
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Samantha Lombardo: 'fountain', 2003 Pen Drawing, Abstract. This was inspired by a bird bath I saw at work! ...
, 2003
Abstract - Drawing
5 x 8 inches (12.7 x 20.3 cm)
James Parker: 'Tree Collection', 2003 Pen Drawing, nature. This montage of pen and ink tree drawings is available in various size formats....
nature - Drawing
10 x 8 inches (25.4 x 20.3 cm)
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James Parker: 'Oak3', 2002 Pen Drawing, Botanical. One of a series of pen and ink oaks....
, 2002
Botanical - Drawing
6 x 7 inches (15.2 x 17.8 cm)
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James Parker: 'Squirrel', 2002 Pen Drawing, Animals. Study of a squirrel eating a nut. ...
, 2002
Animals - Drawing
8 x 10 inches (20.3 x 25.4 cm)
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Lill-beate Nymoen: 'Chimera', 2003 Pen Drawing, Fantasy. A picture where I drew two fantasy animals fight. I wanted to get some action into the picture, so I chose to experiment with kompotition with pencil scetches before I drew the Pen- version....
, 2003
Fantasy - Drawing
27 x 39 cm (10.6 x 15.4 inches)
Romy Galicia: 'Family Day', 2001 Pen Drawing, Family.
, 2001
Family - Drawing
14 x 11 inches (35.6 x 27.9 cm)
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John Hampshire: 'Superstring Siren drawing', 2001 Pen Drawing, Fractal. pen on paper...
Fractal - Drawing
6 x 8 inches (15.2 x 20.3 cm)
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M. Sherwood Libby: 'Leonid', 2002 Pen Drawing, Other. pen and ink on archival paper- partial viewcopyright Renaissance Rose...
, 2002
Other - Drawing
22 x 30 inches (55.9 x 76.2 cm)
Stephanie Hayden: 'Dreaming of Spring', 2002 Pen Drawing, Portrait.
Portrait - Drawing
8 x 9 inches (20.3 x 22.9 cm)
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Stephanie Hayden: 'Kitchen Tools of Inspiration', 2002 Pen Drawing, Abstract.
Abstract - Drawing
21 x 16 inches (53.3 x 40.6 cm)
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Stephanie Hayden: 'Man at Rest Blind Contour Drawing', 2002 Pen Drawing, Abstract.
Abstract - Drawing
11 x 8 inches (27.9 x 20.3 cm)
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Stephanie Hayden: 'Marriage of Persephone', 1994 Pen Drawing, Mythology.
Mythology - Drawing
8 x 11 inches (20.3 x 27.9 cm)
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M. Sherwood Libby: 'Fucus vesiculosus', 2002 Pen Drawing, Undecided. pen and ink on grey paper- copyright Renaissance Rose...
Undecided - Drawing
40 x 30 inches (101.6 x 76.2 cm)
Thomas Konrath: 'Watcher on High Ground', 2002 Pen Drawing, Wildlife. pen & ink on leather, a timber wolf on a ridge....
Wildlife - Drawing
20 x 16 inches (50.8 x 40.6 cm)
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Thomas Konrath: 'For  Life     Bonded', 2002 Pen Drawing, Wildlife. A mated pair of  Bald Eagles in flight...
Wildlife - Drawing
24 x 16 inches (61.0 x 40.6 cm)
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Thomas Konrath: 'Golden Eagle', 2002 Pen Drawing, Wildlife. golden eagle, about to land...
Wildlife - Drawing
12 x 16 inches (30.5 x 40.6 cm)
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Susan Baquie: 'Ballsup', 1999 Pen Drawing, Figurative. This is a rendition of sadness and psychological trauma....
, 1999
Figurative - Drawing
24 x 32 cm (9.4 x 12.6 inches)
Thomas Konrath: 'Warrior and Pony', 2002 Pen Drawing, Western. Native American warrior on his horse....
Western - Drawing
24 x 36 inches (61.0 x 91.4 cm)
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Mary Shobe: 'Carriage House', 2000 Pen Drawing, Architecture. Pen and Ink Print of the Atlanta History Museum in Atlanta GA...
Architecture - Drawing
8 x 11 inches (20.3 x 27.9 cm)
M. Sherwood Libby: 'BlakesBoatyard ', 2002 Pen Drawing, Marine. partial viewpen and ink on archival paperc. Renaissance Rose...
Marine - Drawing
15 x 11 inches (38.1 x 27.9 cm)
Don Siler: 'Mug 3', 2001 Pen Drawing, undecided.
, 2001
undecided - Drawing
8 x 8 inches (20.3 x 20.3 cm)
Don Siler: 'Mug 2', 2001 Pen Drawing, undecided.
, 2001
undecided - Drawing
8 x 8 inches (20.3 x 20.3 cm)
Don Siler: 'Mug 1', 2001 Pen Drawing, undecided.
, 2001
undecided - Drawing
8 x 8 inches (20.3 x 20.3 cm)
Romy Galicia: 'Little Helping Hands', 2001 Pen Drawing, Inspirational. Pen and ink rendition by Romy Galicia of three young kids desperately trying to help their Dad clean up debris after the devastating snowstorm that visited almost all of Arkansas in January of 2001. Courtesy of El Dorado News Times. ...
Inspirational - Drawing
14 x 11 inches (35.6 x 27.9 cm)
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    James Parker - Painting, drawing, and to a lesser degree, photography, have been the driving creative force in my life for the past two years. The changing circumstances of life have allowed this to happen, and for this I am quite grateful. Pin and ink, liquid watercolors, acrylics, and the mixing of mediums are used for these works. My art is somewhere between reality and fantasy, with perhaps a unique style (as all are) which is slowly maturing. Much of my work I try to make light, colorful and fun, and even somewhat premitive with a touch of fantasy. Rustic little cabin scenes, and most seascapes perhaps show this best. Landscapes--mountains, trees, ocean and beach scenes, these are my favorite subjects. I prefer to work quite small. Most paintings and drawings come with wooden 11"X14" frames and hand selected colored mattes. These smaller sized works I have found to be excellent for creating pictures that are both colorful enough and detailed enough to carry an "impact". A few fine art's photographs taken back in the late eighties, some of which were published by a national calendar company in 1989 and 90 are also offered here. Those hundreds of hours looking ...

    Dennis Howell - As you already know, my name is Dennis Howell. I have been drawing since elementary school. I continued up until I Graduated from High School. I left art alone pursuing various jobs. When I got tired of that I joined the U.S. Air Force. I served about 5 yrs. then I got out. The reason for the extra year was due to an extended long tour in Germany. For those landscape artists, you really need to go to Germany. I really enjoyed the traveling. What I love most about joining the Air Force and being overseas is that I found God. I was baptized in the name of Jesus Christ and filled with the Holy Ghost at Bethel United Pentecostal Church in Sept./90. From then on I have been learning the ways of God. And one of those ways is using the talent that he has given me, both to glorify his name and support the needs of my family. Although I have very few religious peaces, I'm constantly asked by fellow church members for this. God is also dealing with me on this subject, so I tell those that are waiting, the art is on it...

    Lill-Beate Nymoen - Hi, I'm a 18 year old girl from Norway. Have gone on a drawing school, and love drawing fantasy art and in the japaneese style of art called manga. Dream job/Goal: working as; Conseptual designer, character-designer, 3D-designer, graphic-designer, help with drawing cartoons, comic book, Different types of artwork on game-designing or something similar.... Please contact me If you know someone that could help me in this matter... thanx :) ...

    Romy Galicia - Creating a fine art in any medium, style or genre is an expression of my inner self... chaotic yet exudes itself into some form of order and structure that is conforming to my outside self and the world I struggle to recreate. My ever-growing fascination of colors, shapes, lines, textures serve as the building block and foundation to recreate and reexamine order, solidity, movement and style that manifest itself into my ever-increasing and ever-evolving art portfolio. Photographic images of people, animals, places and man-made and/or natural objects and abstracts are filtered through my mind and become so vivid and real. When I am in a creative mood, I pick up a pen or ink, a brush, an oil or acrylic paint, a canvas and start to reconstruct the images into works of aunthentic fine arts. There is nothing more soothing and refreshing for me to see the final and tangible product ready to be hung and exhibited for the world to see. When people make constructive comments on my artworks, that in itself sufficiently serves as my motivation to create more. If you have some word of encouragement and/or praise, let me know. You ...

    John Hampshire - These works are a part of an ongoing body of work I started in 1995. It consists of drawings, which are labyrinths, and paintings derived from images as well as from life. The beginnings of these drawing processes do not deal directly with the image, but the breakup of the picture plane. I establish a series of gesture lines in pen; tentative glimpses translated with definite marks. This is the structure for subsequent marks. I do not allow myself (for the most part) to cross any lines or marks. In turn, initial lines act as "containers" for later lines. The result of this activity is a maze-like structure that also implies an image. I build up greater densities of marks to achieve darker values. The image I work from provides a guide to direct this activity. As the process continues the applied marks become smaller and smaller and the information brought into the drawing becomes more refined. This is a self refining process that I am continuing to push further and further with each piece. This is actually a process that started for me in high school; doodling in notebooks. Only now I have applied this mindless activity to ...

    Stephanie Hayden - My work varies in style, i try to capture moments of my life on different canvases, from watercolours, acrylics, to montages, sculpture and my photography. Much of my work is dark & disturbing and i can attribute it to the fact that until recently i was registered blind, legally, having been born with dislocated lenses. The more vibrant & colourful works are from my later period after i had surgery to implant interocular lenses, thus i now see the world in a totally different way. This can be seen across my portfolio....

    Thomas Konrath - I've always drawn, can't remember a time when I didn't. I really just enjoy doing it, drawing, or creating something 3 dimensional. Wildlife, Nature, Native American themes dominate my work. Natural materials have always fascinated me. My primary focus the past few years has been pen & ink on leather. The variations in the leather I use as well as in the barkless branches & wild grapevines I use to frame the drawings, present interesting challenges, & make each piece very unique. I produce the drawings in series, that is, each drawing is completely hand reproduced, & while very similar no two are exactly alike. ...

    Susan Baquie - My art work varies in style as it is the result of experience and observation, as well as formal studies. From a type of surrealism to expressionism, sometimes more realistic and at others abstract in conception, many of my pictures reveal a psychological awareness, at times a depiction of trauma, and at others, the joys of colour, pattern, design and the flow of paint or ink across canvas or paper. Painting is like life itself, a constant mirroring of energy, a dynamic pouring of the soul onto two dimensions. It can be caring or selfish, it can be political, humanistic and even cruel. It is a way of life and as with poets and writers, often a happy work and often hard. It is wonderful to be able to show work on the Internet in this way. ...

    Mary Shobe - Following a childhood dream of learning to paint, I received my first Art lessons in the fall of 1999, taking a basic drawing/painting class in acrylics. As an amateur photographer, I learned that the ability to see a good picture also allowed me to be able to recreate a good picture from Pen and Ink. With my teacher, Vivian Edwards as my mentor, she encouraged me to continue learning to use Pen and Ink as my main media. My desire to become a better painter and learn more of the basics in painting. I have now started advancing into watercolor and acrylic. ...

    Don Siler - I have worked hard to become what I am.......An artistic mutt. I find any type of art to come as second nature. Whatever I try, I succeed at. I am always willing to try something new as long as it holds some artistic value. Many artists put more effort into explaining their art than creating it. Art should rarely need to be explained and on those rare occassions the explanation should be a brief statement that provides a'eureka' moment for the viewer. I try to keep it simple....