I'm off this weekend from in person teaching but I am quite the busy bee working on my new online class, The Journey of You. I am super excited about this. I love teaching something and then seeing how folks translate the ideas. It really is remarkable and something that I sing the praises of often: the ability to give a group of people the same ideas, etc... and how different and unique everyone's work ends up being. It's truly awesome.
The above collage are bits and pieces from my sample pages for the Journey of You class.
I've started work on a new journal (I'll show you soon). I'm already using several of the ideas from Journey of You in my new journal. I am excited about it! I have always loved mixing found ephemera with store bought ephemera and making it into something new and something that's your own. I used inexpensive materials specifically for The Journey of You class, limiting myself to old magazines, book images, old papers-nothing found in a paper store or art store. It has helped to expand the way that I look at things.
David and I have been watching An American Family. It was rebroadcast recently on PBS. Very interesting how it was one of the early, if not the first, reality series. You can google it or check out the wikipedia page here.
2 years ago