From the Archives

Each weekend Studio 1482 will be featuring posts from the One Drawing A Day archives. Today’s post is by Despina Georgiadis, from back in 2016. It’s titled “Holiday.” #ODADarchive With the Greek Easter holiday coming this Sunday I am reminded of the ‘holiday’ I took to Greece in 2009. Here is a drawing from a church […]

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Thinking of Ellada

  I am re-posting a drawing from a few years back that I made in Greece. I was thinking about how intertwined the culture, sea, air, and the earth are in this scene. Greece is an extraordinarily beautiful place. My thoughts are with the people of Greece who are headed for very difficult times. It […]

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Peace be with you

OMG! it was nearly 6:10 this morning when my children came running into the room with chocolate on the brain begging to see if the Easter bunny “just happened to drop anything off for them” (since they’ve been so ridiculously well behaved this past week concerned about a shortage in sweets if they did anything but sneeze, lol). […]

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Many Moons Ago

You would think a new schedule would keep me on my toes. While it is still Saturday, this is far from a Saturday post. Intentions, intentions, intentions…always good intentions. Saint Bernard, Virgil, and Milton would have something to say about it right now. Either way, spring was certainly on my mind today and though still cold […]

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anchors away

There is something alluringly inpenetrable about seafaring towns. Perhaps it is that air of  magic that comes with being so intimately entwined with the rhythms of nature, with death, the weather, and God, a breathing in and out of time, where days become years, and generations contract into a single moment. I delight in following […]

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Agia Paraskevi

So, obviously, fellow One-Drawing-a-Dayer Greg and I went on the same trip. He posted a drawing from Santorini yesterday, and I’ll be island hopping to Crete today. Here is a drawing I made of the church in my mother’s home town of Kalives. These type of churches are such a lovely mix of cultures. Crete […]

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