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Friday, July 25, 2008

A New Art Journal


The cover is started, as you can see. Embellishment to follow. And I've already started page one. Such fun, this! Things of value . . . things of value . . . things of value . . . 

12 comments:

livewater said...

Looks great! I made lots of yummy food.

Casbah Kitten said...

That looks like fun! I bet you can't wait to fill it up!

kittyism said...

Gorgeous. I hope you plan on sharing some of your pages!

kim* said...

SO IS THAT A COLLAGE OF REAL ITEMS OR IS IS A PHOTO?

Huckleberry Arts said...

Very Cool! Love the flow you have Great Job!

divaeva said...

You are so creative! - I love it!

Walk in the Woods said...

Thank everyone!

I *can* wait to fill it . . . though I am looking forward to filling it!

I share so much of my life, why not a page or two?

The collage is made of photo-images of "real" items, if that makes any sense. :)

Eva - I hope you're bringing a sketch pad -r- something to Forest Folk!

divaeva said...

oh my dearest Rose (and certainly my biggest inspiration) - we have quite a few crafty things planned -although we are such procrastinators - I seriously hope it all comes to fruition (lol - is that even a word?!?) Can't wait to chill out with you! <3

Ry said...

How appropriate that you chose the High Priestess for the cover of your Art Journal. She who walks between the worlds. Seeking the hidden knowledge one floor anchor in this world. She who stands betwixt the pillar of past and present. Searcher of time and space. Shadow and light. Knowing and feeling. Priestess through and through....most definitely the card for you. >wink<

Blessed Be, Ry

Ry said...

Umm that was one foot anchored..btw. lol

Walk in the Woods said...

While I willfully chose the other images . . . the High Priestess was drawn when I asked what tarot verve might grace the cover.

And how fitting she is. A caretaker of divine wisdom, a keeper of the sacred mysteries, she who sees all and nothing . . . to tend to a new book of mirrors . . .

:)

Vivian said...

New journals are full of possibility. Great blog!