Want to Learn a Little Bit More about Roz Stendahl and How and Why She Journals?

March 19, 2011

see the post for details.


Above: A quick journal sketch with a Faber-Castell PItt Artist Calligraphy pen and gouache. This doesn't have anything to do with today's topic, except as evidence that I journal at any time of the day or night. This is in my current journal which is about 8 inches square. I made it with drawing paper that is now defunct and I'm just sick that I can't get any more; that's all I really have to say about that, even though I know there is no such thing as the perfect paper, having learned the hard way—more than once discovering the perfect paper after it had ceased to be produced!

Cathy Johnson, artist and author, has a new book coming out on journaling. You can read about the book and see posts by various artists who are included in the book, at her new blog Artist's Journal Workshop (that's also the name of the book).

You can read Cathy Johnson's interview with me at this link. I write about the media I love to use, my Daily Dots project, gratitude, and if you read the comments section I even admit to being from the planet Zoltron. Go check it out. Maybe you even have another question for me?

    • Miss T
    • March 19, 2011

    Roz, that was a wonderful and generous interview.

  1. Reply

    Thank you Miss T. I’m glad you enjoyed it.

  2. Reply

    I really enjoyed your interview, especially “I don’t have a complete disaster every five page spreads or so I really feel I’m not trying, I’m not pushing myself.” Inspiring as always.

    I also appreciate the links to the stabilo woody posts because I recently bought the 18 color set and have been meaning to come here and search for them.

  3. Reply

    Julie, I’m glad you enjoyed it. And I hope you enjoy the Stabilo Woody pencils too. I just wish they had all 60 some colors still, because I am fast getting to the end of my 5 favorite colors, none of which are made any longer! GRRRRRRRRRRRRR.

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