Jazz and Chihuly

A few weeks back I went to see this fantastic show at the NYBG featuring Dale Chihuly, an American artist who’s mastered the translucent and transparent qualities of ice, water, glass, and neon. He  creates works of art that transform the everyday experience. It was spectacular to see the installation illuminated at night. Above is […]

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Bird brain

baby bird/michele bedigian

One day a few years back I was in Paris with my partners in the studio drawing in the Tuileries Garden (a public garden located between the Louvre Museum and the Place de la Concorde) when this little sparrow curious beyond fear practically hopped onto my board. He spent a good 20 minutes inspecting what I was […]

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The Season of Change

Autumn winds gently in, washing away Summer’s sin… Autumn winds blow free, chasing colored leaves from every tree… Autumn winds chill, frosting through every valley and hill… Autumn winds passed, waiting for Winter’s snowy blast.  – Poetry by George Aul –  Artwork / watercolor by Michele Bedigian (reportage inspired by the Hudson Valley School done on locaion at the […]

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3/20/2010_1:32pm

An annual visit to the Orchid Show at the NYC Botanical Gardens is such a delight for the senses. This year’s show features Old Havana and the Cuban countryside designed by Jorge Sánchez. I can’t plead with you more, mark it down and make the trip! It’s truly incredible and only there until April 11th. […]

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La plus belle avenue du monde

a.k.a. the Avenue des Champs-Élysées This weeks drawing was done on a warm, (really warm) July afternoon while standing on the most expensive strip of real estate in Europe. It’s known in France as La plus belle avenue du monde (“The most beautiful avenue in the world”), a fitting call since it’s just down the street from the stunning […]

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