Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Pages and NCCAT

I wanted to share a few more pages from journal #11. The above two-page spread uses watercolor pencil, ink, collage, solvent transfer, and acrylic paint. The page below contains a rectangular window in the center that shows the previous page. The rest of the page is simply black ink using one of my favorite pens - the uniball Vision. Sometimes it is simply fun to use a single medium on a page.


Dave and I are gearing up to teach at the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching (NCCAT). It has to be one of our favorite places as we spend a week teaching 24 participants about the visual journal. It is always a lot of work, but very rewarding. Amazing things happen there. We are grateful to the center for having us back for the fifth time and to those who keep signing up to attend.

5 comments:

Eva said...

Oh I am jealous! I want to go back!! What a great week. Hard work never felt so good and productive!

iHanna said...

Very cool journal pages, love the face in all that blue! :-)

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Connie said...

My art buddy Darcy will be there. She has talked about nothing else for a month. After a week with you guys, there'll be no living with her!

Wish I were there!

Lizzy B said...

It was totally amazing!!! And I'm already spreading the journal love! I can't believe it is all over! You guys rock!!!

Congrats again on your National Boards, Eric!