journaling regularly gives you a place
to record thoughts
experiment and juxtapose diverse images together
mark an event
write out thoughts that would normally float through
your mind and leave
sketch a scene.
i thumbed through a little journal on my shelf today
remembering who i was at that moment. also noticing
how the format of my journals have changed immensely
from the use of magazine images to original painted images
i miss the simple cut and paste and appreciate both ways of expression.
a few photos from the power of art opening of the
redondo beach art group. two of my blue monoprints
are shown in the first photo.