Illustrated Travel Journal

Illustrated Travel Journal

Inside the Journal

Inside the Journal
This illustrated journal is of a study tour to Israel in 2012. Join in the journey to biblical sites and learn some of Israel's amazing history. Immerse yourself in page after page of watercolor sketches, handwritten text, even illustrated recipes, maps and study notes of biblical teachings. The artist freely shares her thoughts as she walks the Land. Each artist book is carefully handbound in premium leather, wrapped with an attached braided cord. This is a special limited edition of 200 journals, each bound, signed and numbered by the artist.

Illustrated Travel Journal - $125.00

Illustrated Travel Journal - $125.00

8 Blank Note Cards & Envelopes - Set A

8 Blank Note Cards & Envelopes - Set A
Images of Set A

Set A - Note Cards (Set of 8) $12.00

8 Blank Note Cards & Envelopes - Set B

8 Blank Note Cards & Envelopes - Set B
Images of Set B

Set B - Note Cards (Set of 8) $12.00

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A portion of each sale goes toward sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ globally and training others in the study of God's Word.

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Thursday, July 3, 2014

The Makings of an Illustrated Journal (or Call Me Completely Looney)

The little studio is buzzing - and will soon get even busier. The finished journal pages are at the printers and I am waiting for a proof copy. Until then, there is still plenty to do. Many of you have inquired about the process of getting one of these little art books completed, so in the days to come I will show you the work in progress.

Of course there are many delightful days reliving the journey and pulling rough sketches together. Some of the pages were done on site in Israel. Most were completed after returning home. If you have taken Precept's Israel Study Tour you know it is intense! You definitely get your money's worth. It is truly a study tour, leaving little time to paint or draw during the day. But it is a joy to relive those precious days by perusing photos, reviewing notes and designing journal pages from them.

Hour upon hour in the studio playing hard at work.
Many days the studio looked like this! 

Then....hours of computer work. The rough texture of watercolor paper, the over-spatter of  paint, an occasional smudge, eraser marks - all gets tidied up. If there is an occasional oops, well - not to worry, it is just me keeping life real.

As I await my print order, I've been deciding on cover material. Just what do I want the exterior of the journal to look like? Ideally, it would be full, worn leather - like an old travel journal. But I think some nice papers would also give a pretty cool look. These papers arrived today and there is a whole lot of love in this little studio.
Loving these papers. 2009 Journal, right center. 

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