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Somerset Memories Spring 2011

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This issue is jam-packed with beautiful layouts, interesting articles, and heritage artwork. Read an informative interview with talented artist Lucy Edson, who’s a pro at capturing everyday splendor, and read about the daily scrap adventures of Julie Fei-Fan Balzer .We also feature artist Erin Kenepp’s art journal “365 Days of Being 30”. You’ll enjoy reading about how she chronicled her 30th year by creating a page each day using paint, patterned paper, pages from books, and vintage photos. Our special Book Section is packed with amazing journals and altered books, including a charming collection of scrappy fabric journals inspired by Mary Ann Moss’ “Remains of the Day” workshop. Artist Heather Bluhm, her 6-year-old daughter Hannah, and a group of friends show us their eye-catching books Columnist Nathalie Kalbach contemplates on how creating art takes her to a Zen state in this issue’s edition of Nathalie’s Studio, and Michelle Shefveland teaches how to make some amazing abstract blurs in her Digital Workshop.

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This issue is jam-packed with beautiful layouts, interesting articles, and heritage artwork. Read an informative interview with talented artist Lucy Edson, who’s a pro at capturing everyday splendor, and read about the daily scrap adventures of Julie Fei-Fan Balzer .We also feature artist Erin Kenepp’s art journal “365 Days of Being 30”. You’ll enjoy reading about how she chronicled her 30th year by creating a page each day using paint, patterned paper, pages from books, and vintage photos. Our special Book Section is packed with amazing journals and altered books, including a charming collection of scrappy fabric journals inspired by Mary Ann Moss’ “Remains of the Day” workshop. Artist Heather Bluhm, her 6-year-old daughter Hannah, and a group of friends show us their eye-catching books Columnist Nathalie Kalbach contemplates on how creating art takes her to a Zen state in this issue’s edition of Nathalie’s Studio, and Michelle Shefveland teaches how to make some amazing abstract blurs in her Digital Workshop.

 
Somerset Memories Spring 2011
Somerset Memories Spring 2011
Somerset Memories Spring 2011

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