Sometimes creative prompts set by 6-year-olds can take you on a fascinating journey in your art journal. Just make sure to enjoy the process!
Spending hours on an alcohol ink painting only to cut it up and use it as a form of therapeutic art journaling? Crazy! Also, awesome!
An art journal can be a creative oasis to explore new techniques and ideas. This spread started out with scribbles and no clear intent.
A storybook-style, illustration themed, mixed-media card straight out of my imagination.
Sometimes you just have to play…not for anyone else or with an end goal in mind. You do it for yourself and for the feeling that comes from creative freedom. It holds especially true when you’re working in an art journal.
I have this image posted on our refrigerator as a reminder that more work needs to be done, conversations need to be had, questions need to be answered, and long-held beliefs need to be challenged.
We cannot just stand by and let injustice prevail. Now is the time to stand up and speak out so that racism ends with us in the here and now.