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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An Impressionable Feat

Feet drawing/Michele Bedigian

  So I was going thru a few sketchbooks over the Easter break and I found this quirky figure drawing I thought worth sharing. In all it’s way it not only made me laugh, but made me remember just how many 1,000’s of hands and feet I must’ve drawn over the years. It was my teacher, […]

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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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Angels among us

This week has been a very special week for so many in the world. It’s traditionally when the upper realm and the world as we know it connect in our hearts. Wishing all who are celebrating Easter today a blessed holiday filled with love and light, and to all those who are celebrating Passover, Chag Sameach […]

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