Sunflowers, seeding. A sketch in graphite.

A sketch in graphite. Art done by Marilyn Theisel

Teddy, done in charcoal wash on Yupo paper.

Teddy, done in charcoal wash on Yupo paper. Art work done by Marilyn Theisel

Fisherman's Boat shed, Abbotsford, Sydney Painted soon after learning how to use watercolours.

Fisherman's Boat shed, Abbotsford, Sydney Painted soon after learning how to use watercolours. Artwork done by Marilyn Theisel

Orangutan Moments, graphite pencil

Graphite pencil drawing in size on 300 gm paper. Done from a small newspaper cutout that my husband gave me to do for him to give me practice. I guess we all have our Orangutan moments!

Autumn leaves, my first pastel work five days after starting drawing.

Art work in Pastel. Autumn leaves, my first pastel work five days after starting drawing. Artwork done by Marilyn Theisel

Pen and ink sketch to define markings on trees and the rocks of the Cataract Gorge.

Pen and ink sketch to define markings on trees and the rocks of the Cataract Gorge. Artwork done by Marilyn Theisel

After the Fire, black and white artist pen, to remember the devastation fires in South Australia. Done from a local newspaper photo of the rescuer and kangaroo.

After the Fire, black and white artist pen, to remember the devastation fires in South Australia. Done from a local newspaper photo of the rescuer and kangaroo. Art by Marilyn Theisel

Wheel and pot plants, using Derwent Pencils No 19, for ArtTutor. Very first serious pencil work.

Wheel and pot plants, using Derwent Pencils No for ArtTutor. Very first serious pencil work. Art work done by Marilyn Theisel

The lock, done with Derwent No 19 coloured pencils, as the final piece for my foundation work with ArtTutor

The lock, done with Derwent No 19 coloured pencils, as the final piece for my foundation work with ArtTutor. Art work done by Marilyn Theisel

Fiery haired girl, done as part of the foundation work for ArtTutor, using Faber Castell pencils.

Fiery haired girl, done as part of the foundation work for ArtTutor, using Faber Castell pencils. Art work done by Marilyn Theisel

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