Sunday, July 07, 2013

"New York City"


Often I am ask how long it takes to make a typical journal spread and that's a hard question to answer.  In this case ... which happens to be very typical, it has taken me two weeks.  I started this 2 weeks ago when I was in New York City waiting for a driver to pick me up for the airport and didn't finish it until this morning when I found the perfect finishing touches.  While I haven't been working on it constantly, it has been on my mind and I have been looking for those last little details I needed to add before I could call it done.  This spread is done in my "File Folder Journal #3".

3 comments:

Joanne Huffman said...

This reminds me of the story about the artist who was asked, "How long did it take you to finish this piece?" The answer is "Two days to work on it and twenty years to know how to work on it."

suzieq23 said...

I see that you taught a file folder journal class back in 2012, but since then have you done a video for those who missed it or live many many miles away. I would love to learn how to make these journals. Thanks.
suzschultz23@aol.com
avid follower.....love your art...you are so inspiring!

Kathy, PaperPumpkin said...

Your art journaling work is beautiful! Nice to meet you! ~ kathy

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