Very Young People Concert

Jazz for young people/Michele Bedigian

  Throughout the year there are these Sunday afternoon’s when the New York Philharmonic perform these fantastic concerts for children ages 3- 6. With ensembles of strings, brass, and woodwinds they teach them an introductory overview of what makes up the entire orchestra. It’s incredible! Through movement, singing, and humor my little guys are hooked and can’t wait for the next one! […]

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Retreat to Victory

  While that sounds like something illogical, it actually happened on November 20, 1776. General George Washington, having learned of the invasion of New Jersey by British and Hessian forces, ordered a hasty retreat from Fort Lee (formerly Fort Constitution) avoiding certain capture and/or death, and potentially the death of the revolution. Last Saturday Revolutionary War […]

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Sit still

After realizing my son would never sit still for a “portrait” I figured why not make a drawing that really feels and looks like him, you know, a “portrait”. My son hasn’t stopped moving since he was born so why should he be still in my drawing. I spent about 10 minutes just continually drawing […]

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New York Rangers

  As a long-time New York Rangers fan, last night was a tough one to take…in fact, the entire Stanley Cup Final series was tough. I’ve never seen a team be on the verge of victory so many times only to be defeated EVERY TIME. Well, there’s always next year, or 20 more… Here are […]

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City Hall

With Occupy Wall Street (OWS) back in the media (a protest movement that began September 17, 2011 in Zuccotti Park, New York City) I thought it might be interesting to share a drawing I had done in front of City Hall a few months before the movement began. Drawing medium: watercolor and graphite pencil – Enjoy your day! […]

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