The 1960s and 1970s. These were done when I lived at my parent's house in Methuen, Massachusetts.
Horse Painting, 1975. I have this one.
Still Life in charcoal. done in 1971. Scanned in 2008. The paper is not what it was. :-)
Charcoal Drawing of a Ship that I also painted (see below) in 1971. Scanned in 2008.
Desert Painting 1972. (This painting was owned by my dear sister Irene.) As of April 2022, I have no clue where it is now.
Castle Painting, 1972. My darling Daughter now has this painting.
Tower Painting, 1972. My Daughter also has this painting.
Here are the two above paintings together at my daughter's place. They are nice but I don't have room for them.
A lost painting. This oil painting is by me. Painting of Barn, 1972.
Another picture of the above oil painting by me. It is on my desk with decorative items I owned at the time.
The picture above and the one below were taken at my parent's home in Methuen, Massachusetts. My dad built this desk for me. I wonder what happened to that desk?
Same desk, different decorative items. I painted this back in 1971. Also a lost painting.
This is the best photo I have of this Scenery Painting by me which I painted in the early 1970s. The painting was left behind upon our move from Iowa to New Mexico and is lost to me forever.
Big Painting of a sail boat, 1972. My darling daughter has this one.
Drawing of Paul McCartney of the Beatles that I did when I was 15. I don't know where the original drawing is. I have no clue. I can't find it. I'm so happy I scanned it in at some point. Maybe I'll find the original some day.
Drawing of David Crosby from Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young that I did when I was about 17.
Quick Sketch of John Lennon I did when I was about 15. He was my favorite member of Beatles.
Below are various drawings I did in the late 1960s or early 1970s, and still have in a couple of my old sketchbooks. It's quite cool I still have those old sketchbooks. I "attended" a mail-in drawing and painting course at that time. There was no Internet back then. My dad paid for the course. It cost $800. He was happy I could take a college course without leaving home. I had received HUGE binders in the mail with lessons. I did the work and sent in the lessons and got graded. I can't even remember the name of the place, or where it was. Unfortunately, I didn't complete the course. Oh well. And I didn't stay home at my parent's house for much longer.
Drawing of the George Washington Bridge, I believe, which connects Manhattan to New Jersey.
A girl I painted
A barn or a house
This is a sketch of my radio I had when I was a teenager.
A quick sketch of a peace sign
Robert Plant, a member of Led Zeppelin
Girl at the beach
A nude woman
A woman doing yoga
A nude woman
Various Items I drew. My old round metal pin cushion sewing container (I had painted it yellow and painted some designs on it), some man (maybe a rock 'n roll star, I don't know who), a shoulder bag, a pumpkin, a plastic flower in flower pot, a candle, corner of a tablecloth, A fold out paper pumpkin I had, My old globe with a black ocean (I think I have a picture of that somewhere).
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