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Suzanne Hughes and Her Accordion Books at the MCBA Visual Journal Collective; And A Peek in Some of the Member’s Journals in April 2012

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Using the Journal in Times of Stress and Healing and Loss: Report on the February 2012 MCBA Visual Journal Collective Meeting

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MCBA Visual Journal Collective’s February Meeting Is This Monday!

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Project Journal Infiltration: Clare Farrell’s View of Roz

Above: Clare Farrell capture's me in her journal. ©2010 Clare Farrell. The great thing about asking artists to sketch you in their journals is that they don't let a little thing like not having a clear view stand in their way. In this sketch for Project Journal Infiltration, the intrepid artist Clare Farrell, who was […]

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More from The MCBA Visual Journal Collective’s Foray into Silkscreening on Fabric

More on the fabric printing meeting on Monday.

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MCBA Visual Journal Collective: The June Meeting

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Above: After the presentation and discussion we had sketching time. I stepped outside into the parking lot to work on my buildings! Then it was back inside for more discussion. (Here I am being crafty: no way am I going to draw all those cars so I simply stopped my drawing at car height. I used a Faber Castell Pitt Artist Brush Pen and light washes of Schmincke Gouache.) The scanner clipped off the left and right edges of this spread, but you get the idea. This is the first spread in a new journal, 6 x 8 inches approx. Click on the image to view an enlargement.

Fifteen journal artists gave up a beautiful summer evening in Minnesota to share their work and ideas about journaling. Collective member Clare Farrell gave a great presentation on Corita Kent’s art “rules.” She prepared a colored sign for each rule and placed them out on a wide table in front of her as she talked about them.

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