From the Archives

Each weekend Studio 1482 will be featuring posts from the One Drawing A Day archives. Today’s post is by Veronica Lawlor, from back in 2014. It’s titled “Indian Garden” #ODADarchive An Indian Garden. It was fun to play around with color, symbols, and abstract shapes. Posted by Veronica.

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Castlefield, Manchester

  Castlefield, Manchester, is the home of England’s first Urban Heritage Park and was the site of my Urban Sketchers Symposium workshop: Puzzling out the Picture. I can not get the enormity and immensity (is that a word?) of the place out of my mind. Along with the enjoyment of meeting sketchers from around the […]

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flights of birds

animal kingdom/Michele Bedigian

I just returned from a trip to Animal Kingdom with the family a few weeks back and had a chance to do a little doodling on site while the kids were watching “Flight of birds”. The piece was actually an addition to a few pieces I had done last summer while down south with the […]

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Arc de Triomphe de l’Étoile

  Adorning the lower section of the southeast pillar of the Arc de Triomphe de l’Étoile, (facing Avenue de Champs-Élysées) is a sculptured high relief, executed by Jean-Pierre Cortot depicting Napoléon. In it Napoléon is crowned by Victory wearing antique vestments pressing a sword against his chest. In the background, to the right is a profiled kneeling man symbolizing a prisoner enchained […]

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Garden Delights

  Drawing in the garden has always been one of my absolute favorite places to be. It’s ever changing graphics are always a challenge to organize on paper. Above is one of my favorites to-date. Who knows what the rest of the summer might reveal. Can’t wait to find out! – Michele Mixed medium: watercolor, crayon, […]

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Choose wisely

With 2 toddlers in the house I’m constantly looking for creative ways to explain some of life’s basic lessons. My older one is starting to feel the power of words and how demonstratively they can affect others. A few years back I started working on some art inspired by Aesop’s Fables. My little guy’s new found expressions […]

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