Dear Photo Diary, last week was Week in the Life photo documentation week, but I didn’t join. I have way too many things on my to-do-list right now to add another big photo project (I did print my 2012 book last year, but so far I have not even started working on my 2013 one […]
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In anticipation of Winter Darkness I visit my Art Journal, and Death rides into the picture. Every All Saint’s Day (the day we celebrate here), with the dark night of Halloween and Dia de los Muertos lurking, I go rather dark in my Art Journal. Though this year my dark page is paired with a […]
It’s the heart afraid of breaking that never learns to dance. It is the dream afraid of waking that never takes the chance. It is the one who won’t be taken who cannot seem to give. And the soul afraid of dying that never learns to live… Bette Midler When I read in the paper […]
Those who do not want to imitate anything, produce nothing. /Salvador Dali I did not accomplish my goal to fill my handmade Art Journal this summer, but I’m about half way through it now. I’m using it to learn it to learn how to draw and paint from other artists. There is so much to […]
Spanish is one of those languages that sounds extremely nice in my ears. I wish I could speak it, but at least I can say Dia de los Muertos all day today. It’s a Mexican Holiday that any artist must fall in love with because it is not only about remembering our dead but celebrating […]
Los Dias de los Muertos is the Day of the Dead in Mexico. I just found out about it through CraftyPod interview with Crafty Chica Kathy Cano Murillo talking about Dia de los Muertos, a crafty holiday! Related PostsHow to make felted Easter Eggs Fun Adventures in the Kitchen Illuminate!