Drawnline

A good friend and fellow illustrator Ted Michalowski invited me and a few other professionals to “sit-in” an draw with his SCAD zoom class this week. The event known as “Drawnline” is an exciting opportunity for the students to draw from life as they sit, unfortunately, in quarantine. This week I was happily surprised to […]

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John Lewis

Watching the funeral procession of John Lewis yesterday as it made its way across the Edmund Pettus Bridge was a moving event. We all remembered the bloodshed of 55 years ago, now represented so poetically by the rose petals strewn along his path; a path that changed America. The words he leaves us with sum […]

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Dumbo

With Disney beginning to open up their theme parks, here is an older drawing made before the Dumbo ride was “re-imagined”. This meandering drawing I believe got cut short (see the people putting on ponchos and the umbrella) as the rain started to fall. You can also see the ink on my thumbnails starting to […]

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Monet’s Garden

A painting made in Monet’s garden at Giverny, from back in the days when summer brought travel to other countries and meet ups with friends around the world. We’ll all be traveling and drawing and painting together again soon…and it will be even more special. posted by Veronica

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Honfleur

Here is a drawing made in the port town of Honfleur, France. The building is the Saint Etienne Church. You can read more and see more from my trip here: https://www.studio1482.com/armchair-travels-honfleur/ And check out Studio 1482’s other Armchair Travels… Greg Betza ©2020

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Iris 2014

Having so much time these days I’m sure you find yourselves looking into the past. Whether through your memories or through digital files, and sometimes we stumble upon something we had forgotten. Such is what happened with this drawing from 2014. Greg Betza ©2020

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