Handmade Revolution Making Continues @ 21 SECRETS Art Journaling Workshop

April 25, 2011

Ready for Revo'lution @ 21 SECRETS

I continue to really enjoy seeing, reading, and learning about the revo’lution making happening in my workshop over at Dirty Footprints Studio’s 21 SECRETS.  What I am noticing so far is that many are not incorporating ready for revo’lution into just one  art journaling page, but are creating entire revo’lution books, which is really exciting to see unfold!

Check out some of the intentions and revo’lution pages created during the last couple of weeks:

Thanks to Amanda, Jane, and Janet for letting me share their revo’lution art and for all the thoughtful, inspiring work they have been doing with this concept.  It has been much fun to be part of this group and enjoy what is happening!   I look forward to seeing what future revo’lutions will be made!


21 SECRETS is an ONLINE, self guided, art journaling workshop where participants will receive the opportunity to learn different techniques, methods, and approaches to art journaling from a group of 21 artists. Update: 21 SECRETS has been extended to January 1, 2012. Woo hoo!

My workshop ready for revo’lution will empower you to use art journaling to create your very own revo’lution!  Explore concepts of transformation, creating change, and invite intentions of new possibilities through the power of collage, mixed media, journaling prompts & more.  Embrace your revo’lutionary spirit to imagine, create or reclaim your ideas into action!  

Registration for 21 SECRETS is now open until October 1, 2011.


2 Responses to “Handmade Revolution Making Continues @ 21 SECRETS Art Journaling Workshop”

  1. […] Read Today Art Journaling: Brown Paper Bag StyleHandmade Revolution Making Continues @ 21 SECRETS Art Journaling WorkshopArt Journaling Goes […]

  2. […] their intention, how this is expressed visually, and reflections posted within our group.  As I’ve posted here before, I really enjoy seeing the revolution pages and the entire books (wow!) being created and shared. […]

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