No words required!
your work is absolutely yummmmmy. i love it.
I was reminded this passed weekend when I was up near Crestline/Blue Jay how truely silent nature can be… so peaceful.
It was a wonderful adventure to be in Crestline all together creating. It was wonderful to watch you create these spreads and how much you giggled in delight doing burning that hole in your journal page… and assisting you incase of impending disaster with the fire… It all gives me a warm smile.
Your pages are soooo very moving for me. Watching you create a spread is pure magic.
Our Crestline adventure is so very moving for me and I feel I am still processing it now. I feel it changed me as an artist to be more organic, spontanious and free. It gave me so many lessons. To be bold, to be natural and in the moment. Being so creative was incredible.
GORGEOUS. Orly, is that photo of you as a child? THis is so beautiful. Though I know no words are required….I know there is meaning here behind the images and calligraphic text…pease tell me more about it. Love you. Arlene
Such a cutie pie!
Such a stunning spread here. I love the colors, the texture, the feel of it all! Yep…love it!
LOVE journals and yours are fabulous!
So beautiful! The textures and colours are just wonderful!
Hi Orly, thanks so much for your visit to my blog, and kind words. So glad you left them to bring me here 🙂 these pages are so beautiful- the images, textures, colors, asemic calligraphy – indeed, no words required. I’m going to continue to explore, and check out your videos, too! thanks again, Karin
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