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Thursday, May 16, 2013

Art Journal-“Joy” and “Purpose”

I am trying to get myself organized and focused, catching up on incomplete projects for example. I found a couple of journal pages with backgrounds only, so I built on those to create a couple of “random” layouts. Both of these backgrounds started with left-over prints from Gelli Plate experiments.

Focus on Joy Silhouette

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My art journal pages usually reflect what is on my heart/mind at the time (okay, and also what is on my work table at the time). It’s interesting for me to note that one page is about focusing on JOY, and the other centers on my life purpose.

For the Purpose page, I used torn pages from a duplicate copy of Purpose Driven Life--I am using one copy of the book as an art journal in itself and have pulled some pages to allow breathing room in the “journal”.

Purpose Driven

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1 comment:

Anita Houston said...

Love the left over prints used here! You should link to SSS&S! These are great papers! I love how you journaled in the silhouette. The Purpose Driven Life...that one I've read a few times...still perplexes me. I think I think too much...lol! Gorgeous Art Journaling here.