It's not what you gather, but what you scatter that tells what kind of life you have lived. Helen Walton

Saturday, December 3, 2011

Biggified and colorized

Christmas shopping was finished this AM.  Husband was off to golf, soooooooo I had some time to play with my water colors and markers.  I am trying to start an 'art journal' but don't have anything remarkable.  I find it difficult to use water colors on gesso and not sure just what it is I want to say.

1 comment:

  1. Susan, I'm going to jump in with my opinion here. First, I love your "biggified" Zentangle and the color is a lovely touch. Second, if we all waited to put things in a journal that were "remarkable" we would have very few journals in the world. I used to be just like you and was always waiting for those "remarkable" pieces. It completely crippled my creativity. One day someone suggested that I keep a journal as ongoing book of inspiration, ideas, and attempts both successful and unsuccessful. Then when those "remarkable" pieces came along I put them in a separate portfolio as pieces I was proud to show to others. In retrospect, some of my best ideas have been sparked by going back through my imperfect journal and reattempting previous ideas. I encourage you to start your journal soon because your work is very beautiful!


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