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My entry into the Sketchbook Project is live online at the Brooklyn Art Gallery! Their scanning leaves a little to be desired (they left out pages and scrunched pages) so I published it again, below. It is touring the country … Continue reading
So you’ve seen the back of this journal… my Ink Journal! Paints are in the front! I wanted to see all the paints I own and the ones I no longer own! *yesh, i pass on paints i don’t like … Continue reading
Part 3, on other palettes and changing brands! Continued from Big Changes in My Travel Palette… Okay, remember when I said that I was going to stick with December’s travel palette? I lied… I’ve changed it up twice and think … Continue reading
Last night I mailed in my submission to the Sketchbook Project, the project out of Brooklyn whereby people from all over the world buy a small sketchbook, fill it, choose to have it imaged or not, and it becomes part … Continue reading
I’m not sure if I like painting them best or playing with the camera with them… but the cuppas are becoming a thing to do at night! They make me smile seeing them as if dancing… maybe that is how … Continue reading
Continued from Big Changes in My Travel Palette… After the travel palette sort, and after successfully trading some paints I didn’t want, I began to look at the paints that have ended up on the sidelines, and wondered about my … Continue reading