How To Art Journal Every Day
Dear Wonderful, Creative You:
Art making permeates my life. When I’m not making it, I’m thinking about making it, or sharing it with you. But I know that sometimes you want to make art, but it’s a struggle to actually make it happen. You wonder how to actually art journal every day.
How I Art Journal Every Day
A big part of what helped me art journal every day (or nearly every) was working small. I realized how easy it was to carry a small journal or bits of paper and a pen in my bag. It made waiting more fun and meaningful. Soon I was exploring my ideas more fully and my art became more playful and my work started to bloom in new ways. That sounds good, right?
I love to work with little 2 x 2 inch pieces I loosely call inchies. (You can join my free Inchie Challenge.) Sometimes folks ask me what to do with these little pieces of art. I have a LOT of ideas on that, and I wanted to share one of my favorites here:
As a teacher and facilitator, my biggest hope is to offer you ways to connect to your art practice and find the same joy and sense of connection that it brings me.
Join us for the Inchie Challenge August 7 – 18th, 2023. You can sign up here, it’s FREE for you:
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What do you hope the Inchie Challenge will do for your art practice? What would it be like if you made art daily, at least for a little while?
I’d love to hear about your experience, and, if you comment on this post, you’ll have a chance for a free spot in my class, BIG ART, where I will show you various inchie projects where you can start with a few little pieces and build to big art pieces you can hang on your wall.
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