art journaling

After I finished the last page I did in my urban journal, the blank page on the other side was calling to me! So, before I went to bed, I brushed it a few times with Golden Yellow Dye-na-Flow and left it to dry. I love returning to a partially done page! 

When I came back to do something the next day, I felt like writing on the blank space. So, that's what I did. I did not plan what I would say. I just thought about it, let go, and wrote:

The entire spread! 

The entire spread! 

I've been sharing about filling this journal I made with art since early October. If you want to read more about it, and see the link for the class taught by Roben-Marie Smith so you can make one yourself, just go to this earlier post of mine. Thanks for visiting :o) 

Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures.
— Henry Ward Beecher