I write this blogpost on Tuesday evening because I have an appointment tomorrow (Wednesday) and won’t be around to photograph my desk or write a blogpost… there’s not much to see on my work desk anyway. Well, there is, but I am working on an assignment that I cannot reveal yet so the major part of my deks cannot be photographed… which leaves me with this photo…
An old newspaper (I use as an under layer to my work) sharpies and my reading glasses. Yep, I used all these colors on the ‘thingie’ I’m working on. It is a project that makes me smile… I will be able to show you photos of it somewhere in June.
When I looked around on my desks, I found more spots that I could photograph.
This is an unfinished art journal page that I am working on for The Documented Life Project Art Challenge #11: As a Focal Point (“Coming into Focus.”) It needs journaling/lettering – I plan on journaling in white around the circle.
And finally, here’s the ‘folded paper strip’ that lay on my desk for so long… it will turn out into a tiny journal eventually… I started gluing some paper-scraps and doodling just a bit. It’s far from finished though. It’s probably one of those projects that takes months before I finish it.
Do you have projects like that? Pages that you work on for only a little while and then put to the side again – projects that for some reason take forever to finish?
Last but not least – if you visit my woyww-posts on a regular base you may remember the ‘to-do’ lists I have hanging on my window sill. In this post you can take a closer look at those notes and I explain all about my future (creative) plans. That’s if you’re interested…
If you’re not, and rather go on visiting other artists’ blog, that’s OK with me. I recommend you hit back to Julia’s then, as she hosts WOYWW and the list with links to more artists’ desk can be found on her blog.