Color and Form

There is nothing I love more than drawing the figure, and it is through making thousands of drawings that I began to discover my own sense of color and form. So I’m very excited to be presenting a workshop called Color and Form at the Life Drawing Symposium this June, where participants will discover, through a […]

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From the Archives

Each weekend Studio 1482 will be featuring posts from the One Drawing A Day archives. Today’s post is by Michele Bedigian, from back in 2016. It’s titled “His First Time.” #ODADarchive It’s a rare opportunity that my children are around to see “Mommy’s space” and experience the model. Granted they are still toddlers but it’s always […]

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memory lane

So my parents have retired and are moving. I’m helping to clear out the storage which consists of a lot of my old portfolio cases filled with journals and artwork from high school and college. It’s been part embarrassing and part inspiring. And a wholly emotional experience. For those of you out there with children: urge […]

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models

  I find that I have learned more about design and drawing from the practice of drawing from a live model. Here is a drawing where I thought about just how much really needs to be drawn to communicate what it is and how it feels. Greg Betza ©2014

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happy relaxing

On Memorial Day, people who have the day off do what they love to do in their free time- eat, drink and be with friends. Although I like to do this at times, my preferred way of relaxing is to draw from the model. Great way to spend a day. Can’t wait to do it […]

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