Acropolis

Here is a drawing made in Athens about 10 years ago. I stayed at a hotel with a beautiful view of the Acropolis and Parthenon. Amazing place.  You can see more drawings from my trip here: http://www.gregbetza.com/category/reportage/greece/ Greg Betza ©2019

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Rainy Day in Havana

The title of this post says it all…it was a rainy day in Havana. But really, that is only the beginning of what one could say about Havana. A most unusual place, seemingly cut out of another time, with so many extremes and hundreds of sensations. I loved the place and it’s people. Havana sits […]

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From the Archives

Dragon parade/Michele Bedigian

Each weekend Studio 1482 will be featuring posts from the One Drawing A Day archives. Today’s post is by Michele Bedigian, from back in 2016. It’s titled “Maleficent’s Mission.” #ODADarchive   Maleficent is a complicated, pivotal character in the Disney reportoire. As a beautiful young woman of pure heart she had an idyllic life in a forest […]

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The Guernica Pilgrimage

I recently returned from a summer trip to Europe, where I finally saw Picasso’s famous mural, Guernica, in person for the first time: hanging in its home in the Reina Sofia museum in Madrid. Friends and artists Margaret Hurst, Susan Buroker, and Julia Sverchuk were also there with me for their first viewings, we called […]

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