Between 2003 and 2008 I kept a website—RozWorks.com
Click on that link to visit the website if you want to see galleries of my artwork and selections from my visual journals between 1998 to 2008.
Earlier journal work has not been digitized because there is simply too much of it—I’d rather sketch than scan.
My Daily Dots Project is on that website.
I stopped updating RozWorks.com in 2008 when I started my RozWoundUp.com blog.
Several sections of the RozWorks.com website can already be accessed on this website RozWoundUp.com. Simply look for topics in the navigation menu at the top of any page. For example, under “Book Arts” you’ll find a book arts gallery that is on RozWorks.com. Under “Visual Journaling” you’ll find the Daily Dots, the Minnesota Journal Project 2000, and the visual journal gallery I mention above.
It’s the same material, whether you access it from this website or go directly to the home page of RozWorks.com
I maintain this “dormant” site currently because it is still useful to refer my students to various projects on it. (It saves lugging hundreds of journals to a workshop.) I even link to it in posts throughout RozWoundUp.com.
I hope you have fun exploring it.