Monday, February 22, 2010

Listen To Your Heart: Art Journal Page

Listen To Your Heart: Art Journal Page

This page started as a spot to lay down some leftover paint from another project. I glued down some random paper scraps with gel medium. Some stencils made nice shapes to draw with watercolor crayons. The crayons create a nice opaque color, even doing light drawing over a dark background. Very cool. Then I added the tag in the middle.

I wanted to lay down as much color on this page as I could. It’s a little busy but I think that’s my anxiety coming through from the other day. I really love using up my little paper scraps this way. I don’t like to see paper go to waste.

The watercolor crayons look so good to me that I think I’ll run out today and buy more colors at the art store, which, incidentally, is called "The Art Store". Need to pick up some more gel medium and either heavy body or fluid acrylic paint by Golden, too. They make the best paint. Right now I’m using the cheap craft paint, which is not very heavily pigmented and are a little dry. Oh, my art shopping list keeps getting longer. I want some different colored inks, too, for doing lettering with a brush. Maybe Erik will have to come with me to rein in my spending!


Josey's mom said...

Lovely; and I love busy-I usually take my time and really allow myself to be absorbed by the work.

Stefani said...

I like it! Love the bright colors!

Butterfly Works said...

I like your page....I have also enjoyed browsing around your blog.
I joined and will definitely be back....Hope you will come over and visit me.
Hugs and Blessings,

kids bedding said...

i like ur blog .very nice like all ur stuff.

Monica said...

Hi, just found your blog. This is a great page. Love all the colour and scraps. You're after my own heart, not wasing paint or paper.

I'm so envious of watercolor crayons, really want some.

linda said...

Great page, I love all the color, bright and vibrant!

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