No words, just some art journal pages from last March.
Fridayevening… and before I slip into my pyjamas to spend the rest of the evening hanging on the couch with my beloved and watch crime series, I use this stolen moment to post two more old Chronicle art journal pages (dated February and March) and a small harmonica box-book that I created only a few weeks ago… come on in and enjoy!
Weeks and weeks, even months, passed by without me posting my “Chronicles” art journal pages… the pages I show you today are from February… made in another place, another time, HA, another life almost…
Oh, and there’s a brand new art journal page at the end of this post… so there you have it both.
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Hello there lovelies, here I am blogging again!
It feels a bit odd after all these months of silence and I’m still not ‘into the groove’, but I’m trying dear ones, I’m trying and I do hope I will get back to regular creating and blogging soon… untill then, I hope to surprise you (and myself) every now and then with a short blogpost and something creative…
Since today is Wednesday and my workdesk in my new – only just unpacked and set – atelier* was bursting with colours this morning (* I won’t be using the word ‘studio’ anymore – I have my reasons… long story…) I thought it would be fun to join WOYWW again… It is good to see Julia and the whole bunch of collaborators are still showing their workdesks on Wednesday.
Here’s mine (click on the photo to enlarge for a better view.)
I love poetry.
I am especially fond of ‘found poetry’, and I mean found in all its forms… found in book titles, found in magazines, on book pages, cut out words and sentences – you name it. There is so much possible when it comes to ‘found poetry’… and this kind of poetry is also great to use on art journal pages also.
I therefore started FOUND POETRY FRIDAY – everyone is welcome to play along!
There is an “Inlinkz”-list at the end of this post. If you want to share your found poems, you are welcome to add your name to the list that will link us to your blogpost.
You can post your found poem on your own blog any time during the week, so you don’t have to make YOUR Fridays all about poetry – you just link us to the post that contains your poem. Please use the url that goes directly to you ‘found poetry post.’
A while ago (to be precise: in a post on February 12) I told you about the “Project Mailart Books” I participated in… I finished the booklet and send it back to Ed Hansen, the guy who started the project. Last week, he published photos of my book on the website (along with the books of the other artists in “Group 61“) so now I feel free to show my little book here too… prepare for lots of photos!