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Art Journaling Magazine

Art Journaling Magazine

In every 144-page issue of Art Journaling, artists open their journals and share creative techniques for capturing their emotions. From stamping and collage art to painting and sketching, each journal is filled with innovative techniques that you'll want to try in your own art journal. Detailed photos and commentary will help you discover your journaling style, with hints and tricks for creating a stand-out page.

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Whether you art journal to fit some creative time into your schedule, to try out new art supplies and techniques, or to explore and refine your own artistic style, Art Journaling magazine is full of all the ideas and inspiration you will need. Each quarterly issue includes over a dozen feature articles by a variety of mixed-media artists, an Artist Profile that provides insight into the mind of a prolific art journaler, examples of artistic lettering in The Written Word, innovative handmade journals in Bound for Art, digitally created art journal pages in Let’s Get Digital, inspiring quotes and journaling prompts in Square One, and advice straight from the artists through We Asked the Artists. Each issue also includes a Gallery full of journal pages and reviews of the newest mixed-media products and art books on the market. No matter the style or medium, every artist will find something in Art Journaling. Paints of all kinds and colors often brighten up the articles, from acrylic paint and oil paint to watercolor, spray paint, and chalk paint. For those more drawn to dry media, collage is another favorite among art journalers, and contains everything from magazine cutouts and patterned papers to vintage photographs and ephemera. Other popular art journaling techniques include stenciling, stitching, rubber stamping, and good old-fashioned illustration.
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