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Eric Scott is an artist/educator who currently teaches art to high school students in Loudoun County, VA. For nine years, he has focused on the use of a visual journal.
David Modler is an artist/educator as well, with 15 years of art education experience. He and Eric call themselves the Journal Fodder Junkies and have given workshops and presentations at regional and national conventions.
These guys are geniuses: artistically, it's obvious so 'nuff said. It's their teaching skills that make them rock stars! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Cynthia L. Chiperzak
Really enjoyed. The journey is the destination.... great quote and this book offers loads of ideas for art journal plus I could see journaling from a male perception which was... Read morePublished 6 months ago by tafsf
I started art journaling late last year. I watched a lot of YouTube videos and learned what supplies I could buy and use on my pages. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Therese M. Woolley
I wasn't that impressed with this book. It's basically a coat tail of Dan Eldon for beginner wannabe artists.Published 11 months ago by Dirk Phoenix
Lots of ideas and techniques to motivate. Layers, transfers, Stamping, drawing, gluing and painting. Read morePublished 12 months ago by patnc
As a high school art teacher I can tell you that this book made an immediate impact on my advanced classes where we have been working on visual journaling. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Lisa S Seymour