Bowdoin Magazine

Greg Betza had a great collaboration with the team at Bowdoin Magazine on 2 illustrations for their Fall issue. He was asked to illustrate the story of Bowdoin alum Ed Burton who searches for American soldiers who never came home. Whether POW or lost ...

SMALL WORKS EXHIBIT WITH EMERGE GALLERY

Happy to announce Small Works, my online Artsy exclusive with Emerge Gallery in Saugerties, NY. The twenty two small abstract works include paintings and collage from my current series inspired by the demolition of the 1930s Kosciuszko truss bridge t ...

UtahMed Magazine

Greg Betza had another chance to work with the great team at EmDash, this time for UtahMed magazine. Greg decided to work 100% digitally on these and the client was very happy with the results. ...

Animations 2021

This series of animations are a continuation of a project from 2019 which was postponed due to the pandemic. Greg Betza recently had a reel put together of some of the highlights. The animations are designed to work as culture-shaping, coaching video ...

UKRAINIAN RALLY AT WASHINGTON SQUARE PARK, NYC

Even the sky was Ukrainian blue on Sunday, as befitted the Ukrainian rally in Washington Square Park in NYC. The two people on the right side of my drawing were holding poles which each had two flags on them. They explained (paraphrased) – The one ...

ILLUSTRATION WEST 60

I am so pleased and honored that this holiday illustration I created for The Newbury hotel in Boston has been accepted to Illustration West 60, the juried annual exhibition of the Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles. It’s wonderful to be in a gr ...

BEST IN SHOW

Very happy to be a part of the Artsy online Emerge Gallery exhibit, Best in Show. The exhibit is curated by Robert Langdon, and open from January 22 – March 20, 2022. The curator asked each artist to submit their favorite piece of 2021 for the ex ...

THINKING THROUGH DRAWING EXHIBITION

I’m so pleased that my drawing, titled, Temple of Heaven: Interior/Exterior  is included in the Thinking Through Drawing Digital Community Exhibition at Lehigh University Galleries; and I have also been selected as a featured artist included i ...

5 MINUTES OF DRAWING – 9/11 REPORTAGE DISCUSSION – INSTAGRAM LIVE

September 11, 2001. So much has changed since that terrible day in NYC 20 years ago, but for those who lived through it, the emotions are still raw. I recently contributed a telling of my drawings and experience of the events to the “5 minutes of d ...

Columbia Magazine-Jazz

A few months ago Greg Betza was contacted by Len Small over at Columbia Magazine. He always wanted to work with Len and this was a really fun collaboration. Len had the idea of integrating actual photos into the illustrations, and Greg really liked t ...

THE MENTAL CANVAS CHALLENGE!

Still from Flying Over the Brooklyn Bridge, part of the City Explorer game installation at the Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital at NYU Langone in NYC, illustrated in Mental Canvas by Veronica Lawlor   As mentioned in this week’s Workbook Weekl ...

BOSTON GLOBE BOOK REVIEW

I’ve worked for the Globe before but this was my first large book review illustration. This piece was really fun to do and as usual I learned about something new, the Federal Writer’s Project, a depression era creation of the WPA. Basically, all ...

CANSON CAGRAIN PAD ILLUSTRATION CHOSEN FOR AI40!

So happy to receive news this morning that the illustration above has been CHOSEN for inclusion in the American Illustration 40 online archive! It’s always a nice jolt to receive affirmation for the work you do as an illustrator, especially when it ...

GEORGE FLOYD TRIAL-WASHINGTON POST

Last week I was asked to create an image to run alongside the introduction of the jury in the George Floyd murder trial. After quite a bit of discussion here is the illustration that was agreed upon to protect the anonymity of the people involved. Th ...

A P O T H I C

Wine has always been a category for which I love creating art. Last June I was asked to create a new merlot label. It was a very focused project and one that I was very grateful for. It was one of the few projects that I worked on during the lockdown ...
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