Saturday, October 18, 2014

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.


  1. You have been busy. Love the purple haired piece. Aren't you in about the happiest place you could possibly be....creating art! :-)

  2. It's always fun to look back and see how we felt in that moment of time. You realize life does ebb and flow up and down. Wonderful pages..

    Hugs Giggles

  3. I start things like journals but then regret it because you can't tear the really awful pages out!!! (Tho' I seem to recall Anne Bagby suggests you can stick unsuccessful ones together.)