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Hahnemühle makes two bamboo sketchbooks: the Hahnemühle Bamboo SketchBook, shown below, which is 50lbs; and the Carnet de Voyage, aka the Bamboo Mixed Media journal by some, shown above, spiral bound and coming in at 265lbs, which I reviewed in … Continue reading
My third abstract collage… Mitchell likes but not me… Really wanted something else and it is overworked; I like the idea of writing and writing then moving the inks but like it best when some of the writing can be … Continue reading
My second abstract teabag art… With bits of both my and other people’s handmade papers. They are so tiny and fun… ☾ Nostalgie by Hahnemühle Sketch Book Journal, teabags, various papers, Platinum Carbon pen, Holbein watercolor. ©D. Katie Powell. My … Continue reading
It is true that Mitchell and I both live with the knowledge of being guided by an unseen hand. We’ve both been “taken are of” most of our lives. Love this Thomas Merton quote though I edited it a bit. … Continue reading
Too much political reading and journaling… What is going on is really depressing me and I’m a bit burned out.Still drawing but can’t really share it… TOO politically sad. Mitchell sits to play guitar and occasionally says, “I got Nothing.” … Continue reading
New Moon, a day of silence. Sundays I talk about tools, and the biggest tool is our own bodies and hearts and minds. (Why do I think this is so dang funny — oh wait — the English call people … Continue reading