Iris 2014

Having so much time these days I’m sure you find yourselves looking into the past. Whether through your memories or through digital files, and sometimes we stumble upon something we had forgotten. Such is what happened with this drawing from 2014. Greg Betza ©2020

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Under A Tree

It’s funny the number of times in a given week you can jokingly say, “let me check my calendar” knowing there is barely anything on said calendar and yet somehow the weeks fly by in our current state of life with little room for relaxation. Every move requires plan. So before the next storm takes […]

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From real life

I’ve been drawing a lot during virtual figure drawing sessions lately. It’s been a way to keep busy or “sharp” during the quarantine. It’s been great, but honestly, nothing beats drawing from “real” life. Here is a drawing made from a non-quarantine drawing session (amazing that that is now a distinction) a few years ago. […]

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Prevailing Spring

If all goes well, and I self isolate, I will not see who this was originally intended for. I will not see the nurses, doctors, healthcare professionals, EMTs, police officers, firefighters, and the many other front line responders whose chosen professions are to help us. THEY CHOSE A PROFESSION TO HELP. A thought I can […]

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Old flowers

  I worked on a project a few years ago that required me to paint hundreds of watercolor flowers. With watercolor the unpredictable medium that it is, some end up more appealing than others. This pair was one that I thought turned out pretty well. Greg Betza ©2020

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Huck Sketch

I had forgotten about this sketch I did for Random House a few years back. It was for the cover of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, a very thrilling assignment to receive. It was an honor to illustrate such an important piece of literature. To see the final cover click here. Greg Betza ©2020

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