Tuesday, September 08, 2009

"Color" journal page

I have to admit this is not one of my favorite journal pages. It is done in a composition book for a round robin I am participating in. The theme of this particular book is "Color my World". I did this spread at the Renaissance Festival with very limited supplies. So, with what little I had to work with, I am somewhat pleased with what I came up with ... this was quite a challenge. I find it very difficult to do this kind of work away from all my supplies. As I rarely plan out my work and it is done in a very spontaneous manner, it's very difficult to anticipate what I will need.

10 comments:

Megan Warren said...

Interesting idea to work with limited amounts of ephemera and supplies. I think the page turned out great.

Vicki Holdwick said...

Very nice, Ingrid.

I would never have guessed you had limited supplies at hand.

Your journal pages are always so beautiful and artistic!

xoxo

Mary said...

Ingrid I think it is beautiful. You have such a wonderful style. You took simple composition notebook pages and made them a work of art!

Terri Kahrs said...

Love that you've worked with limited media. You've produced stunning results in a simple composition book! Outstanding & inspiring, Ingrid! Sometimes less is more wonderful. Hugs, Terri

Carolyn said...

WOWOWOW!! This is just fabulous! Sure wish I could take your journaling class. Although I only live 30 minutes from where it's being taught I'm just not able to make it (booohooo). You have an AMAZING talent.

Théalie said...

C'est vraiment très joli, j'aime beaucoup ton travail et la manière dont tu mélanges tes couleurs, ce style très frais de double page avec cette écriture est tout simplement superbe, bravo.

Caity said...

What a gorgeous page!

Ophelia said...

I truly love your journal pages. Found your blog today and will stop back often!!

Lucrecer said...

Just found you by way of Googling for Zentangle concepts. YOu have such a funky journal style and I love it. I am truly enjoying exploring your blog and so glad to find another art journal lover.

Kellys Art Journaling/ Sharing The Journey said...

I really love the layout of these pages. I don't know why it isn't one of your favorites. I love the color and the little dragonfly.

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