Art Journal Pages: Flipping-Thru the Exacompta

“I remind myself that not everything is a sign, that some things simply are what they appear to be and should not be analyzed, deconstructed, or forced to bear the burden of metaphor, symbol, omen, or portent.”
― Diane Schoemperlen

Exacompta No. 1 {Another Flip-Thru} from Tammy on Vimeo.

Here's a flip-through of the last 2/3 of the art journal pages in the exacompta!

The journal is 5.5"x8" {closed}. This JOURNAL has LOTS of pages. I finally painted all of the pages, even the inside back cover, but still lots of pages to go back and finish out. The materials are golden tubed acrylics, fluid acrylics, neocolors, gesso and found stamps. I'm surprised that some of my favorite art journal pages are in this journal ~ totally unexpected. This paper can take major layers and nothing has disintegrated, bled-thru or torn. The first 1/3 of the journal was used for mandalas and it was just so-so for drawing. For art journaling, it rocks.