art journaling


The forest fills in

Leafy green canopies now

Purple Irises.

Art Prescription:  Watercolor and pen and ink. I’m rather liking the pen and ink left alone.

Floral 2018 Purple Iris

Hello friends and fellow bloggers,

I have a special treat for you today! I’ve been working with a group of young environmentalists to bring to life a body of kid’s art. Last summer these NC Kids painted their favorite NC threatened bird with my coaching.

Announcing The Threatened Bird Project Note Cards!! My company has produced this charming set of 12 note cards, and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to our local Audubon chapter. http://www.newhopeaudubon.org

Please visit my Etsy shop to make your purchase to support the birds!

https://www.etsy.com/listing/582829782/north-carolina-threatened-bird-project?ref=shop_home_active_2

Also visit my NC Threatened Bird Project page right here on the Art Prescription!

https://artprescription.com/nc-threatened-bird-project/

Endangered birds back card

In the sky and sea

Stars illuminate our walks

The rhythm of waves.

Art Prescription:  Icons of bright-light and hope…stars.

Coastal Starfish 600 copy

Nice way to start the new year!

heart journal Jan 2018

Dried flowers on stem

Hint, original color

Calm winter neutrals.

Art Prescription:  It was 22 degrees when I got to the farm this morning. Finn was happily eating hay, which is how horses keep warm in low temperatures. I had lots of layers and was comfortable, enjoying the bright winter sun. Later at home, I went for my usual walk and picked up a few beautiful things.

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Soft and hard edges

Soft flower petals, hard wood

Like fire and ice.

Art Prescription: collage with staples, pen and ink drawing, and colored pencil:

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Vet day at the farm

Wait like air traffic control

Snow began to fall.

Art Prescription: 13 Horses see the vet. Cold and snowing…

Art journal with watercolor:

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