Summer Vacation in My Moleskine Journal – Part 2

Summer Vacation in my Moleskine journal – Part 2 and the Power of a Symbol 6-20-2016 I listed the points of our journey on the left side of the page. I tried to get the idea of heat from the colors and sun ray shapes. On the right side I drew a little map of our stops and filled the center with shapes of rock art we saw at the Edge of the Cedars museum and excavation. It was a great little find and well worth the $5 entry fee. Here is Keith, a momentary installation in the sculpture garden… Read More

Summer Vacation in My Moleskine Journal

I’m always experimenting with ways to travel journal, seeing the creative process reflecting the journey into the unknown of traveling. This past month, I’ve been experimenting with two types of journal. The first, a pocket Moleskine watercolor journal, is more familiar to me. I packed my 3.5″ x 5.5″ Moleskine, travel watercolor kit, pencil, sharpener, eraser, pens, brushes, paper towel, all fitting into a gallon Ziploc bag. Actually, I took more than that in the bag, but these are all I used, so next time, I’ll know what I really need. The supplies are listed and linked at the end… Read More