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Episode 225: Surfaces

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Episode 225: Surfaces w/ Sktchy drawing and book by Sabrina Ward Harrison
Photo: This book by Sabrina Ward Harrison is reviewed in this episode of the CMP and a drawing, one of my nightly sketches. This one is based on an inspiration photo from Sktchy. I love the juxtaposition of this photo (and expression) with the journal. It goes nicely!

Episode 225 of the CMP, a Creativity Matters Podcast

In Episode 225 of the CMP, the creative journey continues with confirmation of the flamingo, a coyote, a coffee, discussion of age-old questions like “If you were stranded on a deserted island, what book (or 10) would you want with you,” and a close-up look at a journal from artist Sabrina Ward Harrison. I love this journal as a collected look at her art as well as an inspiring workbook someone could inhabit and “fill in.” I have talked about Sabrina Ward Harrison’s books in previous CMP shows (long, long ago), and it was incredibly inspiring and exciting to look at this book with fresh eyes and in the context of “now.”

“I journal to understand my life as I’m living it. I use my journals as a place to put the things that spill out over the edges of my life: photo negatives, scraps of paper, poems I have heard and loved, my sorrow and epiphanies, the true and the questions. My journals have become guideposts for my life. Maybe it’s the same way for you, and so I invite you inside my world. Let us live more fully and deeply together.” -Sabrina Ward Harrison

The Flow of Episode 225 (and relevant links):

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