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    Friday
    Nov052010

    Star Catcher

    "Now I know that our world is no more permanent than a wave rising on the ocean. Whatever our struggles and triumphs, however we may suffer them, all too soon they bleed into a wash, just like watery ink on paper."
    — Arthur Golden, Memoirs of a Geisha

    5.5x8.5" exacompta journal, gelly rolls (glaze)

    love Eden's vivid artwork Facing Forward on a Striped Rug [from Draw, Doodle & Decorate]

    eloquent truths from Jeannine at what is [from Four Rooms]

    touched by the love Terri poured into her creation for the butterfly project for the Holocaust Musuem in Houston [from Pringle Hill Studio]

    Stephanie shares the process of creating a purple mandala in her video [from Spiritual Evolution of the Bean]

    a watercolor landscape from another world from Julie, an avid fairy painter [from She Dreams of the Sea]

    {AEDM #5 2010}

    {More AEDM + NANOJOUMO creations for 2010}

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    Reader Comments (9)

    you are the queen supreme of art every day, since you do it not just for a month, but pretty much every day of the year! awesome star catcher!

    11.5.2010 | Unregistered Commenteraimee

    Beautiful mandala, and I love the quote that you used. Fits perfectly with this expression. A very happy continuation of Art every day month! This month I am continuing with a course I am on: Chakra journeying through my sketchbook and also participating in NaNoWriMo. The very best to you, in all that life brings. Much love and light ~ Ana

    11.5.2010 | Unregistered CommenterAna Goncalves

    So pretty, love the lines and colors.

    11.5.2010 | Unregistered CommenterMelissa Liban

    That is stunning. Absolutely beautiful. I love this star catcher.
    Today didn't go so well for me art wise but I'm looking forward to tomorrow. AEDM is proving great fun; especially being introduced to so many inspirational people.
    Thanks for sharing
    Kat :-)

    beautiful mandala!

    11.5.2010 | Unregistered CommenterLeah

    I really think you should DO SOMETHING with all those BeAuTiFuL mandalas you create!!! Absolutely stunning :D

    11.5.2010 | Unregistered CommenterEden

    All: Wow! We had an afternoon play date (school's on break) and returned to find such wonderfulness in these comments. I did this one differently - drew much of it - then started coloring (thinking of Eden shouting "ADD COLOR") and adding more lines in pitt pen, more coloring. Usually I draw the entire mandala and then add color (if any). This was much more interesting as it developed more organically (doesn't that sound cool).

    ~ Tammy

    11.5.2010 | Registered Commentergypsy

    Thanks so much for the acknowledgment! One of the great things about aedm is all the wonderful support and inspiration. Your star catcher is so vivid and beautiful!

    11.5.2010 | Unregistered CommenterJulie

    Ahh... this is magnificent and inspiring! Really love the way it spills off the edge of the page.

    11.7.2010 | Unregistered CommenterMary

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