"Every time I've made a radical change
it's helped me feel buoyant as an artist."
Continuing to work in the new altered book. It's not really about anything in particular, just an episode of CUT + PASTE therapy. One of my theories about art journaling is that it doesn't need to be about anything in particular or have deep meaning. I think it can just BE. There are found papers, a rubber stamp with acrylic paint, magazine clippings, index card art, neocolors and washi tape.