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The Page That Inspired the Workshop

Sharing some pages from the hardback I'm altering into an art journal called the noticing journal. I finished these a few months ago. There are tiny bits of artwork, little glimpses of bigger pieces, small doodles, tiny abstracts, abstract papers from a friend. Created with golden airbrush acrylics, neocolors, white uniball pen, stamps from Traci Bunkers collection, washi tape, postage stamps, found ephemera, and some swooshes of golden clear leveling gel (see the shiny bits on the last photo, tried to capture the shine in the sun). One of the best things about starting your journal with a hardback book is the funky texture within the book paper. It was actually these pages that helped me develop the concept for my current art journaling workshop. But right now, it's a page in my altered book turned art journal.

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