Navajo art

So I joined in another one of my son’s classes again. This time he was learning about the Navajo people and made art using powder pigment and mountain stencils that depicts the landscapes of the southwest. I tried to weave the landscapes together as I was inspired by the Navajo weavings. The mythology and culture […]

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moonbeams

linocut moonbeam/Michele Bedigian

“moonbeams” is short for Moonbeams and Oops!, a children’s book project that resurfaced on the board a few weeks back. It’s been one of those personal projects that’s evolved with time and a labor of love. The thumbnail above is a lino-cut of a visual idea I’m playing with for Little Moon’s celestial ancestor’s who watch over her from […]

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More on corn

Another quick thought for when I get back to my project. Picked up some great information at the National Museum of the American Indian at the Smithsonian in D.C. and I literally, just 45 seconds ago, learned that it is a sister museum to the one in New York. The things you over look. We […]

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thumbnailing moonbeams

“moonbeams” is short for Moonbeams and Oops!, a children’s book I started writing and illustrating in Margaret’s book class this past fall. I thought it might be fun to kick off the year with a thumbnail of one of the pages and share a little of the process. The thumbnail above is a lino-cut of […]

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