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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Parisian memoirs

Picture making 101…lines, marks, texture, emotion and wonder. Could there have been a more beautiful environment available for the Impressionists than the gardens of France? Drawing by Michele, medium: watercolor, pen and ink, water-soluble crayon Location: The Tuileries is Paris’ oldest and most lavish garden. Its royal roots stretch to the 16th century, when Marie de […]

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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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stReEt cOLor

A few months back I wrote and posted a drawing I did while standing on what’s been called the most expensive strip of real estate in Europe, La plus belle avenue du monde (”The most beautiful avenue in the world”) also known as the Avenue des Champs-Élysées in Paris, France. It got me thinking about […]

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Date: 09/09/09

A date is a measure of time. It’s a way to gauge where we are, where we’ve been and dream of where we’re going. Today is the ninth day of the ninth month in two thousand and nine and I’d bet a dollar (or two) that there are places in the world right now as you read […]

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