Another spread from one of my many journals. As always, the poem text is underneath.
This week's collage from one of my sketchbooks. I always love abstracting figures and I really like the position of the realistic shadow and the cartoonish cutout.
Last week I posted the first part of our adventures exploring Rancocas State Park. After we turned the corner from the ruins that I shared at the end of that post, we found this much more intact abandoned log cabin. Covered in graffiti and left to be retaken by the woods, it was clearly a really cute cabin when it was built -- 1950 if the stone in front is accurate.
I've been obsessed with drawing eyes since high school, if not earlier. This week's glimpse into my sketchbooks is just another version.
Our first adventure exploring our new state! Rancocas State Park is one of many intriguing parks in our area. We hiked part of the creekside trail which winds through the woods and offers views of Rancocas Creek. The forest was full of mushrooms and filled with the remnants of piers and buildings.
Finally! I'm back and determined to share with you more work, more tutorials, and more adventures. I'm kicking it off with this random journal page.
This week's random spread from one of my sketchbooks features a found poem and a mixed media drawing. As always, the poem text is in full below. O'Keefe would be proud!
I really like how the negative space from the city photo creates the top of the figure in this week's random journal page.
This week's random page from one of my sketchbooks. I've been a fan of palmistry and phrenology since high school and I love how the hand and the heart work together symbolically.