2016

In 2016, I continued using junk journals and experimenting with my style. I started a collaboration with Beatriz Helton, worked in a Moleskine for the first time (and loved it!), continued my Warrior Woman Portrait Project, took part in a fill a journal in a month Tumblr challenge and Art Every Day Month, and joined Get Messy at the end of the year. I also created some art for friends and family, participated in the Sketchbook Project’s portrait exchange, and create ATCs and canvas paintings for myself. Scroll through to view select journal pages and art from 2016, from newest to oldest:

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2013

In 2013 I was still experimenting with my art journal style. I wasn’t sure if I wanted to focus on drawing or collage, usually settling somewhere in the middle. At this time I was also trying out torn paper collages as morning pages, inspired by Aisling. My pages documented some big changes in my life. In March I decided to take a lone trip across the world to Los Angeles to meet my now-husband – it is still one of the best weeks I’ve ever had! I also moved to mid-Wales for work and documented living alone in a small town and the trials of a long-distance relationship. Scroll through to view select journal pages and art from 2013, from newest to oldest:

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2012

In 2012 I moved away from journal prompts and tried to focus on my own voice and style. Most of the pages relate to my time living in Liverpool and studying for my master’s degree. I also started a journal to deal with heavier topics and experimented with mixed media canvas paintings. Scroll through to view select journal pages and art from 2012, from newest to oldest:

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