There is something about making journal covers that I find especially liberating and fun to do. Quite often what begins as a potential journal cover evolves into a piece of art – which results in delight but also frustration when I have achieved success but on cheap paper! Producing a journal cover, especially with layers of acrylic, results in paper that has a leathery feel to it, perfect for the thickness needed for a book cover. I always have several journals of different sizes on the go at the same time, so i don’t have to wait for pages to dry and can move – like a dance- from one to the other. On a roll!
My Journaling Journey
- Studio doings, paintings in progress: 17/4/18 April 17, 2018
- Studio Diary: March/April paintings in progress April 2, 2018
- Studio Doings: Sketches & mark-making Tutorial 9/3/18 March 9, 2018
- What sketching? Wiltshire in March Snow: 2/3/18 March 2, 2018
Ancient Landscape angel animal guides animal medicine archetypal images Art Journaling asemic writing astrology brother Buddha collage Creative Journaling David Whyte dyed tissue paper Dylusions Inks Exploring death and art Gelli plate print Grief hand-made stamps Image transfer inner journeying intuitive painting Liquid Acrylic liquid acrylics loss love Mairin Gilmartin Marie Allen mark-making mini journal Mixed Media Monoprint mythic journeying painting pitt pens poetry raven sorrow Soulwork soulwork standing stones art stencils Stephen Allen symbols Watercolour