Monday, September 1, 2008

Soul Journaling - Day Twenty Two, the end and the beginning

Finally we come to the end of this first round of soul journaling, thank you again so much Sarah my soul friend for the inspiration and the good solid techniques that have given me so much confidence. I really like this way of working, and synchronicity being what it is - when I was ready, a teacher appeared. I hope you, dear reader, will find your own synchronicities with your art. Remember, there are so many people out there who will help you - you just have to have a curious mind and take a look!

If you would like to do Sarah's soul journaling method - just click on the link for Caspiana on my blog roll.


The final assignment was a self portrait using only your fingers for paintbrushes. Yep, that's right. Only your fingers, even to mix paints, and nothing else. Oh my. The cave paintings of Lascaux it isn't, but I think the figure looks at least passingly like me. It gives one all new respect for our ancestors who did paint those masterpieces in caves so many millenia ago.


Thank you for following with me on this journey. Now it's my turn to take up the journaling challenge on my own - so a beginning again.

1 comment:

...Cindy... said...

Generally, I find I'm happier with paint on my fingers than without. Guess this prompt will be testing that to the limit! Lovely fingerpainting on your spread. I think I especially like the shade of "lipstick" you chose.