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My Spectacular Art Gallery - Ball Point Pen - Gallery 1

Welcome to My Art Gallery. There are SEVEN Galleries of this category and FOUR drawings in each Gallery. Now you are in Gallery ONE.

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   Art From My Heart   
   Why Do I Paint?   
More Ball Point Pen Drawing Pages...    1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 |

My Favorite LineArt
Dated Aug-5-1989.

Straight with Ball-point Pen on Paper.
Original Size 10" x 8".

Based on an Indian Model's Photograph.

This is my favorite line art drawing.
A perfect drawing in all aspects.

Typical Indian Woman Dress style(Saree).

Dated May-23-1993.

Straight with Ball-point Pen and Sketch Pen on Paper.
Original Size 7" x 10".

Based on an advertisement for Sarita Sarees, India.
Indian Woman Dress Style

Portrait of Divya Bharathi
Dated Jul-04-1993

Straight with Ball-point Pen on Paper.
Original Size 7" x 8".

Portrait of Divya Bharathi - Indian Movie Actress.

Dated Dec-24-1989

With Ball-point Pen and Sketch Pen on Paper.
Original Size 7" x 8.5".

Imagination - Typical Indian Woman Dress Style.
Saree - Indian Woman Dress Style

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   Artist's Statement   
   Art From My Heart   
   Why Do I Paint?   
More Ball Point Pen Drawing Pages...    1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 |

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