Wednesday, July 16, 2008

What a Thrill...............

I Received this award from Margaret Hunt : Thank you Margaret.!!.

I received this award from Pamyla Floyd Another big Thank you!!
It is such a thrill to be recognised by these two super-creative women!!!!!!!

The rules of accepting are as follows:

Put the logo on your blog.
Add a link to the person who awarded you.
Nominate at least 7 other blogs.
Add links to those blogs on yours.
Leave a message for your nominees on their blogs.These are a fun way to share links to blogs. I enjoy reading through many artists' blogs for there is always inspiration to be found and encouragement to be shared. But to choose only seven to pass along the award to is tough. Here is my list of seven, out of the many wonderful blogs .

1: Lin. Beautiful sketches, disciplined at daily blogging so there is always something new to drool over!

2: Sandy. Another journal filled with lovely loose sketches & watercolour!

3: Sharon. Yummy Pen and watercolour sketches, makes me hungry!

4: Andrea Joseph. AWESOME ARTIST BLOG! Inspires me to practice daily!

3: Jan Allsopp. You just have to go and see this blog! Sebsational Goco prints.

4: Margaret Storer-Roche. LOVELY ART BLOG!

5: Alison. Her memories will take you back to the 'Simple Days' when Children were able to be Children!

6: Shirley. Another delicious sketch blog!

7: Robyn Sinclair: Two delightful blogs you must visit!

Thursday, July 10, 2008

One Moleskine closes...Another Opens...

I can't believe it has taken me almost three years to fill this Moleskine. Admittedly 2007 was a missed year but still it is a long time to spend in one journal. Now that I am into better journaling habits I would imagine my next one will be filled in no time at all.

The biggest problem I face now is which shall I choose? My Moleskine watercolour, my Moleskine Japanese fold or my M sketchbook? Too many choices, but, the Watercolour Moleskine is so fine and is tempting me to take it on........

Friday, July 04, 2008

My Moleskine Journal

Keeping up with my daily journal is an exercise which keeps me sane during emotional times.

Often I forget to draw or write and before long I get the feeling there is something important missing. Then suddenly I pick up my journal, open a page, sketch, write or doodle and the balance returns to my life.

Doodling on paper is the most relaxing escape for me.