When I first saw this quote, it was on a rubber stamp. I whipped out my journal and copied it right away. I have since found out that it is a quote from Edgar Degas. These words really speak to me. They speak to the teacher that lives in my soul. My shows and what I do is not about me creating art, it's about helping others create art. I drew the flower in the corner, you can scroll down and see the WIP shot, and coloured in with my Prismacolors.
During last nights Ustream class we made two little one page mini books. The pictures above are from the one book that I had time to work in. Lots of yummy Adirondack spray inks. I just LOVE the new colours! As always, if you can't join the fun live, you can go back and watch the recording.
I am so glad to say my headaches have finally gone. Thank you so much for all your sweet comments and support!
Much LOVE xo
Paula, That quote is YOU to a "T", which stands for Teacher!ReplyDelete
Fabulous project I shall be watching the recording later!ReplyDelete
Love both your journal page and the mini book - Great quote on the journal page - Love the font you sued to stamp it too. Love the finihsed look with your cool Prisma flower :-) Mini book is deliciously grungy - Glad I caught your stream to see it made :-)ReplyDelete
Have only recently discovered spray inks and LOVE them!! Beautiful pages Paula, love the quote :)ReplyDelete
Paula, I finally got my copy of Art Journaling and loved your article "Escaping with the Layers". I haven't had the time for journaling lately so I'm living vicariously through your art and talent. I've yet to watch you on Ustream and hope to be able to soon! Thank you for sharing so much of yourself with us!ReplyDelete
Such gorgeous pages. I'm going to invest in some spray inks next payday, I think. :)ReplyDelete
love the mini books paula, they turned out great. wonderful quote, i ran across it the other day myself. i agree with sharon, it's you to a "t." i've told you before but i'll say it again, you are helping me see in a whole new way, it's a gift beyond measure. thank you for sharing your art, your life, your wonderful sense of humor and yourself with all of us. we are richer for it. xoxoReplyDelete
I had a wonderful time learning to fold and create a mini book. I only wish you could have seen me harpooning my paper with large scissors when the paper cutter and xacto knife where no where in site.ReplyDelete
surprisingly it worked ok and only required a wee little clean up to even things out
Thanks for another fun night!
I love that flower on your page and the quote is great. Your work keeps getting better and better.ReplyDelete
hi paula, thank you for visiting my blog, and commenting on my art. i've just been browsing your blog and love all the art journaling you've been doing. love that lotus flower!!ReplyDelete
have a great 'family day' fellow Torontonian.
Glad to hear you're past the migraines, I suffer from those babies so I emphasize. You've been making some wonderful pages and videos. Your inner teacher just keeps spreading the joy, thank you!ReplyDelete
Great page Paula....Love the results of your Ustream....I'm sorry I can't stay up late enough to see you through to the end :)ReplyDelete
Love the mini book! Thank you sharing all your creativity :]ReplyDelete
I just LOVE your blog and your art pages!! I just discovered your blog today. Wow! You are so talented. I can't wait to have time to check out your videos. I am following you now and I will definitely be back. I am new to art journaling, but I've been altering books for quite a while. Just an amateur, but I have fun.ReplyDelete