People of Fenton: junior Sheehan Personett

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People of Fenton: junior Sheehan Personett

“I mostly do portraits because I just really love people and the way they look. If I see someone who I find particularly interesting looking, I’ll draw them. I also do weird abstract [drawings] with my friend and the beauty of that is that there is no inspiration. We each take turns drawing a line or a shape and it turns into something awesome. The significance is the afterthought and the creation is the main point.”

“I mostly do portraits because I just really love people and the way they look. If I see someone who I find particularly interesting looking, I’ll draw them. I also do weird abstract [drawings] with my friend and the beauty of that is that there is no inspiration. We each take turns drawing a line or a shape and it turns into something awesome. The significance is the afterthought and the creation is the main point.”

PHOTO Courtesy: Sheehan Personett

“I mostly do portraits because I just really love people and the way they look. If I see someone who I find particularly interesting looking, I’ll draw them. I also do weird abstract [drawings] with my friend and the beauty of that is that there is no inspiration. We each take turns drawing a line or a shape and it turns into something awesome. The significance is the afterthought and the creation is the main point.”

PHOTO Courtesy: Sheehan Personett

PHOTO Courtesy: Sheehan Personett

“I mostly do portraits because I just really love people and the way they look. If I see someone who I find particularly interesting looking, I’ll draw them. I also do weird abstract [drawings] with my friend and the beauty of that is that there is no inspiration. We each take turns drawing a line or a shape and it turns into something awesome. The significance is the afterthought and the creation is the main point.”


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