From the Archives

Each weekend Studio 1482 will be featuring posts from the One Drawing A Day archives. Today’s post is by Despina Georgiadis, from back in 2016. It’s titled “Sculpture Sketch.” #ODADarchive Pencil and china marker sketch for my sculpture now on view as part of Mystic Seaport’s Journey of Transformation. -Despina

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keeping faith

mystic seaport/michele bedigian

This was a drawing for a fiber-art piece I did for a group show a few years back at Mystic Seaport entitled ‘Restoring a Past, Charting a Future’. Seems pretty contemporary considering the divisive challenges we’re all facing globally these days. Keep faith.– Michele fiber art/michele bedigian

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Drawing on Fabric

For a long time, I have made drawings and illustrations not only on paper, but also on fabric. I love to silkscreen and paint directly on fabric, and ‘art to wear’ is a realm I am very happy playing in. Recently, my Whale Song Coat kimono was shortlisted for the AOI World Illustration Awards, and […]

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Old school

This is a drawing I made of an “old school” occupation. Old presses are really quite beautiful. And so are the people who are interested in preserving their history. –Despina PS- switched places wth Michele this week. Look for her post on Sunday!

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Old Ironsides

Another ship drawing, this time of the USS Constitution, docked in Boston harbor. I sailed up to the Constitution on board the Charles W. Morgan (more on that in a later post) and she was an awesome and imposing sight. The Morgan felt light and airy next to the Constitution’s huge black hull and black […]

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Dean

Dean, one of the many workers and volunteers at Mystic Seaport who put in many, many hours of manual labor to get the Charles W. Morgan ready to sail this summer. She’s currently in New London, being fitted out for her journey through New England this summer. Very exciting! You can see her voyage itinerary HERE. posted […]

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