Saturday, 4 October 2014

Thank goodness I was never sent to school; it would have rubbed off some of the originality. - Sketch/ARt Journaling



“Landscapes we must owe something to the eye of the beholder. ” 
― Mary Lascelles


Beskrivelse: 

Jeg vil ønske deg en av de dagene som betyr noe. Der du treffer venner, lever, hvor du får puste fritt og være deg selv.

Hvor du på kvelden kjenner at det har vært en god dag, denne fornøyde følelsen av godhet. Som de sommerkveldene hvor varmen ikke tar slutt, hvor morgen dugget ligger lett over gresset dagen etter, og du vet at det blir enda en god dag.

Denne fornøyde følelsen av godhet..

En slik dag ønsker jeg deg, - for resten av ditt liv!

“Don't be satisfied with stories, how things have gone with others. Unfold your own myth.” 
― Rumi


Å sette klare grenser er å vise kjærlighet!

Man slutter aldri å undre seg over livets mysterier.

“Others have seen what is and asked why. I have seen what could be and asked why not. ” 
― Pablo Picasso



En av sketch bøkene, enda ikke ferdig............Art journal book, not yet finished.

“Creativity takes courage. ” 
― Henri Matisse

“Thank goodness I was never sent to school; it would have rubbed off some of the originality.” 
― Beatrix Potter

If you would like to take a look at pinterest: 


What is Art Journaling?


Simply put, an art journal is a journal in which you combine art and words to express yourself. That’s it. It’s not complex, and there really aren’t any rules for art journaling. It’s all about self-expression.
Art journaling has a long-standing artistic tradition. Artists through the centuries have kept notebooks in which they sketched, practiced, experimented, and recorded themselves. Vincent vanGogh kept notebooks (and he used moleskins!). Picasso and DaVinci were two other prolific sketchbook keepers. You are in good company!
I think artists (and that means you) all have different reasons for keeping journals. The reasons are very personal and individual, and could include:
  • To experiment with art techniques & ideas.
  • To get your thoughts & feelings out on paper in a creative way.
  • To document your life, your being.
  • To enjoy the process of creating.
Think about why you are going to start creating an art journal. And honestly, you don’t have to have any other reason than, “I want to.”

“If you're not prepared to be wrong, you'll never come up with anything original.” 





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