Tag Archives: sakura
So you may recall from the last post that I was in a collage frenzy. I felt so inspired by my renewed love of collage that I started working on what I hoped would become the cover of my latest journal. In the end I decided not to use it as the cover, but there […]
This Life Book exercise was all about letting go, not feeling the need for things to be perfect. Getting a little wild. I loved this project, but of course I did not follow the example precisely. Lately I go where ever a piece leads. My theme (as it emerged) was more wild abandon, being free, […]
I have been attacking this small journal lately to the exclusion of all other artistic pursuits, including LifeBook which I actually paid for 🙂 Oh well, lately I’m all about just doing the thing that makes me the happiest, and that has been just collaging away in the small journal. This is a favorite quote, […]
Hi all! I started LifeBook this week with a warm-up assignment to create a fairy art mother. For those not familiar with LifeBook, it is basically a series of online classes by various artists that runs throughout the year. At the end, you bind all of your pages into a book chronicling your year long […]
At least that’s the plan. All part of striving for a more intuitive–less planned out–creativity. We shall see, and so will you, because I will document my progress here. I have purposely not looked up this book online or what other people have done to it. It’s tempting, but I don’t want to influence what […]
Love is greater than fear. Because it is. It should be. It will be. To make this I played with pencil, water colors, Dylusions ink, Sharpie, Gelly Roll pens, melted crayon, printer paper, burning bush leaves.