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Sewn-on-the-Spine Bookbinding Class Registration Opens Today

  I’m excited to announce the launch of the online version of my Sewn on the Spine Book Binding class. The above video tells you about the structure and shows you various examples so you’ll know what to expect. (If the above video doesn’t run please see it on YouTube at this link.) The first […]

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Upcoming Local Visual Journaling Class with Briana of Spiral Orange Arts

  Artwork in today’s post is all by my friend Briana Goetzen, one of the two co-ordinators of the Minnesota Visual Journal Collective. Briana has been journaling for over 20 years. She’s teaching a series of visual journaling classes at Wet Paint in Saint Paul Minnesota this spring and summer.  First up is “Getting Started […]

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In Context: Little Daily Details In My Journal

 

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Packing for a Trip or Class

Recently a blog reader who is going to SketchKon (see the note later in this post) wrote to me and asked for tips on packing for such a trip. She wanted to know which supplies to bring and what the perfect pack for carrying supplies might be. Very simply keep the following in mind: • […]

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In Context—Philosophy

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I’ll Be Teaching a Workshop at SketchKon 2018

I’m excited to announce that I’m teaching at the Sketchbook Skool and Artists Network SketchKon in November  2 to 4, 2018 (with a workshop class on November 1). It’s in Pasadena, California.  The SketchKon website went up a couple days ago. Click on that link to read about the event, the schedule of activities, the […]

I  find that even a quick sketch of dogs will bring me out of a funk and get me back to focusing on actions I can take to turn things around. Dogs are about living in the present moment. If we can't live with them (and currently I don't have dogs) we can still remember and learn from them as we draw them. (These are two lovely dogs on Sktchy.)

Project Friday: How To Deal with Crappy Days in Your Visual Journal

Here’s a question I’m asked frequently: How do you deal with crappy days in your journal? Not long ago a student explained to me that when she kept a written journal she would often write about the stress and frustration in that journal, but then never look back at it.  She felt that her visual […]

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Making A Paper Hinge To Adhere Loose Pieces Into Your Journal

  A couple weeks ago I posted a journal piece which used a paper hinge to add a loose, double-sided scrap of Stonehenge Kraft into my journal. I posted the image composited so you could see both sides at once, but this confused some readers. Today I’m posting a short video showing me actually creating […]

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Roz Emerges from Face Deprivation

This post was originally published on January 23, 2017 during my site transition. Above: A sketch at Cecil’s of an older woman finishing her meal, pen (a drying out Sakura Pigma Professional Brush Pen Fine Brush) and watercolor in an A6 (4.1 x 5. 8 inch or so) Hahnemühle Nostalgie Sketchbook that I carry in […]

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Eyebrow Update: Another Gouache Painting in the Nostalgie Sketchbook

Above: Gouache sketch in a large A4 (8.27 x 11.69 inch) portrait orientation Hahnemühle Nostalgie Sketchbook. Dick sitting on the TV room couch. Direct brush painting (orange paint) then some areas of gouache added—using up paint and not getting white paint out. Left: Detail from todays image. Some days I think the journal page says it all. So […]

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