In Art Journal Art Journey, Nicole Rae encourages readers to let go of the burden of thinking about the details too much, and to simply write lists as a way to get our juices flowing.
Our team recently launched Mixed Media Workshop TV—a series that brings art lessons to you, wherever you choose to learn. As you'll see from Paige Martin's behind-the-scenes report, the fun of creating just flows from the team.
Kids, hide your toys. Traci Bautista is about to give moms and dads a reason to go digging for your wooden blocks.
Have you ever heard of a 30-day challenge, when you do something every day in order to reach a goal?
I'm big on intentions. Whenever a new project comes up at work, at home, or in the studio, I ask myself and others involved: What's the goal? It might not be related to numbers in any way (secret: I'm a closet math nerd), and it might be just to get an hour to myself, but knowing why I'm doing something makes me do it like I mean it.
In a couple of weeks, it will be 10 years since I was hired to be a midwife to a new magazine with a cool name: Cloth Paper Scissors.
I'm willing to bet that you could agree with at least one of the following statements: I have too much stuff. I can't afford all the art materials I'd like. I want to make art in a way that has less impact on the environment