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Quinn McDonald has experience writing for newspapers, corporations, those in need of speeches, financial firms and marketing companies, and she currently offers creativity tips on her blog. She writes two columns for Stampington: "The Business of Art" in Somerset Studio and "The Raw Edge" in Art Quilt Magazine. Quinn teaches courses on writing for the web, team building, creative thinking for leadership and other custom writing courses, and she is a life and creativity coach.
There are so many techniques to get you going, it will keep you busy for quite a while.
Quinn McDonald's book, Raw Art Journaling is such a refreshing addition to the collection of art journaling books that fill our shelves.
Quinn is a certified creativity coach and her training comes through loud and clear in her writing.
I highly recommend this book- the exercises in it have helped me lose my fear and loathing of making art- they've silenced the demon critic that won't leave me alone when I try to... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Janne Butler
Great book has good insight into beginning journaling also provides some easy tasks to get over the intimidating Blank page. Read morePublished 3 months ago by K Kirk
Inspirational, clear and easy to follow, detailed instructions and information about techniques where required without interfering with the reader' sown creative processes. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Laurel Johnson
A great book that shows beautiful journal pages to inspire, and also has the how-to information so you can make the pages yourself.Published 5 months ago by Rocky
I am only about 1/3 of the way through this book but I love it… Lots of great ideas, instructions and illustrations of a huge variety of art journaling techniques. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Life Work Designer
Great book to help students explore art journaling. I don't know who enjoyed it more teacher or student but I find myself looking at it regularly!Published 7 months ago by Marc Hawkins
I am currently reading Creative Journal, which I am assuming would be identical to this, so when I'm done with my Creative Journal, or maybe even b4 then, I'm sure I'll use it... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Ashley Rene Clark
I rarely use books on Art in the journal process. I've developed my own practices over the years
and I like to teach and operate from that original place. Read more