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my art: doing what I don’t have to do {to discover & live more of what I want}

page view: Syllabus BY Lynda Barry

So one of the things about art is, it offers a safe place for you to have quite extreme and rather dangerous feelings. And the reason you can do that is because you know you can switch it off. So art has a kind of role there as a simulator. -Brian Eno

My monthly collections of collage and notations are my art; my safe place for random thoughts, daring feelings and other discombobulations.

And I invite you to explore your own safe place, Braveheart. Continue reading

Living Color

[prepping my fold-over booklet; gathering color 💛❤️💜 and inspiration from Frida Kahlo’s art]

➡️ [Module 5] — Living Color

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Module 5 includes 7-pages of instructional content, prompts, art elements and quotations to assist you with noticing and creating with color:

  • color cover + colorful elements for collage
  • ideas and instructions for creating journal-planner pages
  • (4) weekly color prompts {no rules//just prompts}
  • color-themed quotations to utilize as prompts and/or collage
  • charm prompts to aid you with free-writing as you create colorful collages in your journal, planner or right brain planning pages + a vision board prompt page (not pictured)

Module 5, “Living Color” page view


Colors, like features, follow the changes of the emotions. – Pablo Picasso

seeing what you seek // unicorns and imaginating

[The artist] must retain the vision which includes angels and dragons and unicorns … -Madeleine L’Engle, Walking in Water

What are you seeking? What visions are you consciously retaining? Are you willing to change your vantage point in order to have a better view — to transition into something more, to facilitate your Becoming — to believe anew?
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