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Pen and watercolor sketch, with acrylic marker background, done over a note Dick left me, which I'd previously stuck in my journal.

Protected: At Least I Wasn’t Abducted By Aliens: Keeping Your Sense of Humor and Productivity

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Protected: Letting Things Go, Even in the Pursuit of Goals: The Little Journal That Got Away

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Protected: 30 Pages/30 Days—A New Sktchy Challenge Starting March 1, 2018

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Phyllis at the beginning of 2018. Days away from being 97.

Reflections on a Big-Hearted and Generous Life

My mother-in-law Phyllis Stone, passed away on January 16, 2018. She had just celebrated her 97th birthday on January 5. On January 10 she caught the flu. She was hospitalized a couple days later with flu, pneumonia, and additional issues. She died peacefully on January 16 with Dick and me holding her hands.  She was […]

Piecemeal sketch—extra sheet added at base—with wide tipped parallel pen sketch on yellow Fabriano Tiziano paper. I started with purple ink but ran out, and…

Protected: Just Keep Going Whether You Run Out of Ink Or…?

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Watercolor on Clapbord™ Disk, mounted on a book cover.

Protected: Testing the New Email Notification on Roz Wound Up

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Direct brush sketch using a heavily opaque watercolor which breaks up delightfully on the texture of this Jack Richeson Recycled Watercolor paper. (English Red)

Looking Again at Jack Richeson Recycled Watercolor Paper

  In 2012 I did a bunch of paintings and tests of Jack Richeson Recycled Watercolor Paper. It’s a 135 lb. Cold press paper that has a decidedly grey white color.  In one of my posts on this paper I actually admitted that the paper made me feel “very odd.” I shouldn’t like it. It’s […]

Mixed media portrait using a variety of pens, acrylic marker, and gouache, over a pre-painted textured background. (Stonehenge Aqua cold press 140 lb. Watercolor paper—a review of this paper is coming to the blog in February!)

Reasons To Take An Online Class With Roz…

  Saturday, February 3 the next session of my “Textures: Backgrounds for Visual Journaling and Mixed Media” starts. It’s a six week class that takes you through my process for make pre-painted and textured backgrounds for visual journaling and other artworks.  Registration closes Saturday at 8 p.m. (CST). I’m really excited about the class. I’m […]

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