From the Archives

  Each weekend Studio 1482 will be featuring posts from the One Drawing A Day archives. Today’s post is by Greg Betza, from back in 2016. It’s titled “Iris.” #ODADarchive This painting was made last spring/summer and with the weather so nice on the east coast I thought I’d post it. Get outside and enjoy it. […]

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Rose of Sharon

I had to trim a bush this morning, filled with Rose of Sharon flowers. They’re quite beautiful but as with all things when you see so many you tend to lose appreciation of just how special they are….SO I decided to spend some time drawing one to reacquaint myself. It was a nice way to spend […]

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Geranium elephant

  In my yard there are two planters in the shape of elephants. By the shape of their ears I can tell one is African and the other is Indian. The African elephant takes care of my geranium plant. I like to fill my home and yard with things that remind me of people that […]

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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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