Thursday, November 13, 2014

journal pages + links I love.

I get into these grooves where I can't seem to work on anything larger than a journal page. I've always worked better, and more intuitively, on a small scale--although I do occasionally try to work bigger. I so admire those painters/mixed-media artists who work on a huge scale, from the size of an apartment wall to the size of a city building.

Here are some thing I've been inspired by lately:

The Ma Books blog is so beautiful, a place full of the stories and images of mothers.
This blog post from Erika Morrison had me laughing and crying.
This video of Jessica Sparrow hoopdancing is incredible.
Faithe Vanssills instagram is a smorgasbord of inspiration and color.



  1. gorgeous! and what great links, thanks for sharing.

  2. i love working big, but i seem to have moved towards slower, simpler, and smaller.... :)
    oh her hooping is so elegant.... i'm learning myself.

    1. Small can be good, for sure. I mean, if I only have 10 minutes to create, I can get the foundation laid for a piece in that time, which is very satisfying.
      I'm so glad to hear that you're hooping! It is such a fun way to express yourself. :)


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