Saturday, March 26, 2016

Fodder


fodder, noun
1. something fed to domestic animals; especially: coarse food for cattle, horses, or sheep
2. inferior or readily available material used to supply a heavy demand, i.e. fodder for tabloids

While cleaning up the studio the other day, I realized that I have an inordinate amount of fodder stockpiled in the studio in bins and trays and in piles and heaps. With all of my recent travels, I've collected even more fodder, so I decided to sort through some of it and use it in my multiple journals. Along with starting this two-page spread, I added fodder to my shared journal with Sam Peck, a small journal that Erin Keane made for me, and another large journal that I am currently wrapping up. It was good to have a big old glue session tonight in the studio.

I've got to make a better effort to glue in the fodder as I collect it.

4 comments:

Pamela Gerard said...

A good old glue session -- love it! And the the fodder and the journal pages too. My idea of a good time.

Eric said...

I added even more today. Used up almost and entire jumbo glue stick.

Bedsit Diary said...

Eric, How many journals do you have on the go at the same time? Do you ever abandon a journal before its full?

Bedsit Diary said...

Eric, How many journals do you have on the go at the same time? Do you ever abandon a journal before its full?