Mixed Media Wood Board

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Many of you did not follow my old art site The Creator’s Leaf. The one before Artangeology. Occasionally I am going to pull out one of those tutorials and repost it here and today is one of those days. This was a super fun project and it currently lives in Alabama with a sweet family… Continue Reading


Watercolor Art With no Ink Lines

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Hahaha! Yes, I realize that grab-your-attention photo is not a watercolor. I’ll get to that in a minute. But first, watercolor flowers ­čÖé . If you remember from yesterday, I am working with watercolor this month in Joanne Sharpe‘s online class 2019 Artfully Inspired Life. For this particular lesson we are learning how to paint… Continue Reading


Watercolor Flowers – A Learning Process

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Joanne Sharpe is teaching an online class now called 2019 Artfully Inspired Life. It is a year long class, with a specific set of lessons for each of the twelve months. You get the monthly lessons on the first and you have all month to complete the work. And you can jump in and start… Continue Reading


Hahnem├╝hle’s New ZigZag Book!

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Get out your paints, and your pens, and your inks, and your markers because Hahnem├╝hle has something new and it is meant for you! Think awesome and amazing and you won’t even be close! I realize the type of art I make is just one of the many out there, but it is also the… Continue Reading


The Snow Has Stopped

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Finally, it has stopped snowing. Yesterday was a beautiful day – as long as you love snow and didn’t need to get anywhere. I actually shot this photo yesterday morning when we woke up. This is one of the pictures I’m repeating throughout the winter to gage the snow amount. That’s the old snow plow… Continue Reading


Ken Oliver, Dylusions and Hahnem├╝hle

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Lately l have been playing with liquid watercolor, trying some old techniques and some new techniques. Seeing what works and what doesn’t. Yesterday I pulled out a couple bottles of Ken Oliver’s Liquid Watercolor and I want to show you what I did with them. This project began in my Report & Art Book from… Continue Reading


Another Storm Coming

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Snow? Yes, we have some. This cemetery is about 1/4 mile from our house, on the same road we live on. One thing different about cemeteries in Maine from what I am used to is the size of the stones. Many such places down south require flat-to-the-ground headstones to make cutting the grass easier. If… Continue Reading


Chunky Junky Journals

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Oh, wow! My friend Robin Mead of Robin Mead Designs is making these wonderful chunky junky journals and she sent me one! If you want one, Robin is taking orders to make these according to your needs. I’ll give you a link in a moment, but let me show you mine first. Talk about beautiful… Continue Reading


Some of My Bible Journaling

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I wanted to share a little of the Bible journaling I’ve been doing lately. I mentioned washi tape a few days ago and I had comments asking for other ways to use washi in a Bible. One way is included in this post. I used a strip of washi tape to mark the first page… Continue Reading


Avery Elle Liquid Watercolor

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I’ve been wanting to try Avery Elle’s line of liquid watercolors and I finally purchased a few bottles to try. And I’d been wanting to try some wet media in my Hahnem├╝hle Report & Art Book, so this was the perfect time. Do you remember my color book where I keep my colors organized? I… Continue Reading