Mixed media journal page. Collage, acrylics, textured gesso background. Not quite done. Almost.
A couple of pics from my personal journal using prompts during the Creative Journalling Workshop series with Jean E. Tait. Response was good and I had lots of fun co-facilitating with Jean.
Another journal page following the Documented Life Project prompts.
Collage, acrylics, inks.
Art journal page from December 2015 and the Documented Life Project prompts.
Upcoming Creative Visual Journaling Workshop in the Spruce Grove/Edmonton (Alberta, Canada) area for NOVEMBER 2015.
Click on the link below and it will open up the workshop page (I couldn’t get the page to load fully here) with all the info, including how to get your deposit/payment in:
Spaces are limited so if you’re interested contact Jean (preferably), or Radka ASAP!
Creative journaling takes traditional (written) journaling to a whole new level of creativity, expression, and fun! And guess what? No art experience required!!
Looking forward to creating with you!
* the image on info sheet (link) is courtesy of Jean E. Tait and cannot be reproduced, copied or shared without her written consent.
I’m currently playing catch-up with online journal prompts from Art to the 5th Academy for the Documented Life Project (2015). This is week 9.
Art Challenge: Using at least five layers
Journal Prompt: “Give Me a High Five”
Layers included collage, acrylic paints, intense ink pencils, stamps, stencils, paint splatters, doodles, calligraphy ink (gold – too bad it doesn’t show up in the pic; it’s really sparkly!).
We live on an acreage, and I delight in discovering the multitude of critters – big and small – that visit us on a regular basis. Maybe not really visiting; after all they do live here. I’m just happy that they come out of hiding once in awhile so I can “meet” them in “person”.
Here’s a fuzzy yellow caterpillar that found its way onto the back porch. No idea what kind of butterfly or moth it will grow up to be (if you have any idea, please feel free to share!). It was on the move, and this is the last of it before it went over the deck railing.