Friday, November 06, 2009

Journalling

I read many blogs - one of the artists whose work is consistently amazing is Teesha Moore. Her work has been featured in Somerset Studio and several other Stampington publications and she teaches at ArtFest in the US each year. Her work is original, quirky and colourful. She doesn't post on her blog very often but when she does - it's always a treat. Recently she posted several videos on Youtube showing how she makes her 16 page art journals - I learned so much from them and am hanging out for her to post the final part (which is the actual written journal part).
Her journals are made from a 22" x 30" Fabriano Artistico 140lb (300gsm) Hot Pressed Watercolour Paper. For those who actually occupy the same space in the universe that I do - I found it at the Art Supply shop at Hornsby!

Here are part 1 & 2 of the actual journal construction:





Here's how she paints the backgrounds:


Here's how she collages the pages:








And the pen work that she does over the top:








And finally here's a "white journal" that wasn't painted


UPDATE!

Here are the two additional videos from Teesha





Aren't they great tutorials - so wonderful of her to post them on youtube for the rest of us. Be sure to check out her website and particularly her rubber stamps - the Zettiology range and my absolute favourite (as in I'd love to own every single one) The Tattered Circus.

2 comments:

Christine said...

Thanks Megan for these links. I am making my way thru each video and just love Teesha's work.

daisydolls said...

Wow, these are all very inspiring, I'm enjoying your blog!