From the Archives

Each weekend Studio 1482 will be featuring posts from the One Drawing A Day archives. Today’s post is by Michele Bedigian, from back in 2016. It’s titled “His First Time.” #ODADarchive It’s a rare opportunity that my children are around to see “Mommy’s space” and experience the model. Granted they are still toddlers but it’s always […]

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Full Circle

I have been in-between projects the past few weeks, and I have not settled on what to lean into next. I have been reading the Bill Moyers and Joseph Campbell The Power of Myth slowly as I find the time. Sitting on my desktop—not the virtual one—I leave it out for moments of insight when I […]

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Very Young People Concert

Jazz for young people/Michele Bedigian

  Throughout the year there are these Sunday afternoon’s when the New York Philharmonic perform these fantastic concerts for children ages 3- 6. With ensembles of strings, brass, and woodwinds they teach them an introductory overview of what makes up the entire orchestra. It’s incredible! Through movement, singing, and humor my little guys are hooked and can’t wait for the next one! […]

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A New Face on Monday

Howdy Monday people! Let’s see if a weekend can give me enough time to have a post ready all year long. For those of you expecting another Studio member today,we all shifted around a bit. Don’t think I’ve ever had the privilege to start out the week, at least not for the foreseeable future. I’ll […]

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Rain on!!!

  The last day of drawing in the Magic Kingdom, (literally in the 11 hour) it rained and rained HARD! Buckets and buckets poured down everywhere. To say MAGICAL is an understatement. Watching little tikes all under 7 kicking up puddles with such joy and vigor made one wonder if it was rain or Pixie […]

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My Yard

I decided that since I’ve had to stay close to home lately that I’d make some art about my home. Here is an ink and watercolor drawing/painting of my son’s “climbing dome” which sits in the middle of our yard. © Greg Betza 2014

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Tis the land of many

China has always fascinated me. This is a detail from a really REALLY large drawing I did on location in Epcot’s China Pavilion. Check in next week to see the whole drawing.  Did you know … 30% of Chinese adults still live with their parents. Approximately 200 million people in China live on less than $1 a […]

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