School Days - Landscape in pen 2
It is a wonderful experience to browse through your old catalogues, wherein are filed the works of your early life, free from judgment days. I did a lot of my drawing on scraps of paper and then put them away somewhere, or given to friends to keep. Most of them are usually lost, but for a few, that were kept secured within a tattered file. I found my earlier charcoal drawings there. I found another paper with a pen sketch of a typical rural landscape from Bengal, with lots of palm and coconut trees and thatched roofs. The paper had withered a bit with time. The feeling had remained intact.