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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Inception

Putting it mildly, (if you weren’t here) Saturday night in New York City was unbearably hot and steamy. It was the perfect night for a movie after a long week  at work (hint,hint: air-conditioning!). We went to see Inception (a very popular movie that sold-out soon after we got there) which left the “late comers” having […]

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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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Being Five

An a-ha moment at the Hayden Planetarium I’ll never forget. This past week I was working on the beginnings of a new book project studying, hunting, and enjoying every inch of the museum when I came across a group of five year olds. There they were, (ironically five of them) all magnetically drawn to this […]

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