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Art Journal: Isabella

“The hardest thing to explain is the glaringly evident
which everybody has decided not to see.”
― Ayn Rand

When the art journal materials are out on the breakfast table... I just have to dig in!!! So here are more pages from The Noticing Journal. This pair of pages started with a quirky painted girl on the right and blue paint and "blue jean" stamped on the left. I started adding bits from an a magazine I got in Italy, abstract bits of art, a quote from Edgar Allan Poe, drew mandalas on little white stickers I found in my dad's attic, more paint, washi tape, a very fun page to put together. By the way, the girl on the right is one of the Quirky Girls I invented {if you want to see the page before I started working today, it's the 3rd girl down in that post}. I named her Isabella.

This is my art for DAY SIX of ART EVERY DAY MONTH

November is Art Every Day Month (aka AEDM), an annual creative tradition hosted by Leah of Creative Every Day. I hope you'll get involved!

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Reader Comments (3)

First off gorgeous journal page. Oh I'm so lovin' the colors, textures, layers and the overall composition. Well done! But you had me at the Ayn Rand quote. So perfect for today I have to repost it on Facebook.

Thanks for all of the inspiration. I hope your creativity is reeling all month.

Art journals fascinate me, there is an energy in them that I just adore. I love the layers and textures, but somehow I am always hesitant to add layers and colors in my own. Thank you for your thoughts on how you got the finished project, they encourage me to try one of my own.

11.6.2012 | Unregistered CommenterRennata

I just wanted you to know that you have inspired me to add art to my everyday life. I took wash tape and markers to work and I'm in the process of turning my ho hum project calendar into something interesting and fun.

11.7.2012 | Unregistered CommenterDottie

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