ART JOURNALING 2 – WINDOWS

Deanna Williamson, Art Journal Page 4, 11 x 8.5, mixed media, therightpink.com
Deanna Williamson, Art Journal Page 4, 11 x 8.5, mixed media

Art journal pages can be created using the same techniques that are used in the creation of altered books. The pages on this post are an example. The above, for instance, contains a window that gives a partial view of the image on the following page.  I even put cellophane over the opening to give an illusion of glass. Turn the page and you see the complete image as shown below. That image was made by gluing in a photo of a frog and then drawing the imaginary tree roots it’s sitting on. If you look closely you can see the borders of the photo.

Deanna Williamson, Art Journal Page 5, 11 x 8.5, mixed media, therightpink.com
Deanna Williamson, Art Journal Page 5, 11 x 8.5, mixed media

These pages are about six years old, so I don’t remember why I chose to put the frog behind bars. I probably just wanted to create a page with a window in it and then added the frog later, centering it to fit. Anyway, I like the willow tree with its roots on the mossy knoll.

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