I am an avid art journaler – in books – with watercolor and I love that. But, to my surprise, I have found that my digital journals have also become a huge part of my practice.
Back in 2007, I published a little ebook (not so little really – 100 pages) called the Creative Drawing Workbook. I had never seen a learn-to-draw book that I liked, and here’s why. . .
When the green light finally went on after my injury earlier this year, I realized that sitting at that red light for so long had made some major, but subtle changes in my thinking . . .
I promised to take you on this trip with me, and there is no better way to do that than to share my travel journal pages from my iPad Journal.
I always call this my “Spring” trip although we all know it isn’t Spring yet – but I like to delude myself. The weather is wonderful. 60’s here and 80’s there. Every February, I travel to Tucson, Arizona, to attend… Continue Reading
You think you’ve seen this before, but you haven’t – not really. You saw my journal page about the Winter Weeds here, but this is something new, surprising, and strange. I love things that are new, surprising, and strange, don’t… Continue Reading
Thanks to my friend, Marianna, for this post idea. She reminded me in an email this morning, how often I am asked this question. At my retreats, I use my iPad extensively for presenting lessons, showing video on a flat… Continue Reading
One of the most attractive things in graphic design of catalogs, etc. is when real life crosses over onto the written, drawn, or printed page, while still looking like real life. It’s a good thing I have this example above,… Continue Reading