Free Article Download: My Personal Journaling Evolution

Free Article Download: My Personal Journaling Evolution

Follow author Nancy Bales as she explores her art journals and reminisces about the journey that her art has taken. Learn about her process and the evolution of her artwork in this article from Somerset Studio.

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“I really enjoy being able to see my progress in how the art I create evolves over time: you can see that in these journals. When I first began, you could see my efforts to fill up the pages with a lot of ephemera while learning about balance, composition, and color. In addition, I was still learning about creating backgrounds and foregrounds using different materials and techniques. Part of what I can see changing throughout my journals is how I have discovered that what is important to me isn’t necessarily what is popular at the moment. The changes in both my colors and subject matter over time reflect that.”

 

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Posted: Tuesday, January 19th, 2016 @ 4:13 pm
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Free Article Download: My Personal Journaling Evolution

Follow author Nancy Bales as she explores her art journals and reminisces about the journey that her art has taken. Learn about her process and the evolution of her artwork in this article from Somerset Studio.

Excerpt:

“I really enjoy being able to see my progress in how the art I create evolves over time: you can see that in these journals. When I first began, you could see my efforts to fill up the pages with a lot of ephemera while learning about balance, composition, and color. In addition, I was still learning about creating backgrounds and foregrounds using different materials and techniques. Part of what I can see changing throughout my journals is how I have discovered that what is important to me isn’t necessarily what is popular at the moment. The changes in both my colors and subject matter over time reflect that.”

 

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