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Pure me July 20, 2013

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Pure me

A little while ago I picked a small journal book thinking this will be my very private journal. I will create only for my own eyes and express myself any way I want without worrying about critics. Pure me. The result of course is spreads I love and can’t wait to share with the world…

Comfort June 17, 2013

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Falling back into familiar images is comforting yet has the potential for reinvention.

Variations November 22, 2012

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Making everyday special does not limit nor diffuse our appreciation of the designated Holidays. We can vary the nature of our celebrations. But celebrate we must!

Smiling Buddha October 15, 2012

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The beauty of the red rose caught my attention in Beijing. I expected to fall in love with the lotus flower, but did not know that the grand lotus leaf would take my breath away. The smells, the colors, the endless crowds and the ancient history all left a mark in both my known and unknown me.

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Chaotic order June 21, 2012

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ImageWhen does chaos stop being chaos and turn into harmony? Once you realize that there is so much harmony in disharmony you can see beauty everywhere.

One Artis journal May 18, 2012

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I am excited to share with you this one of a kind book by Orly Avineri. Orly is a close friend of mine and a mentor in the recent years. Orly inspired me with in my own creative journey. Many of us followed her posts every week in the last few years and now the blog has manifested into a beautiful journal book. The book is personal, thought provoking and visually stunning.

Here is where you can get the book:

1. Support her best by ordering through her eStore https://createspace.com/3868179

2. Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/One-Artist-Journal-Orly-Avineri/dp/1477401415/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1336760543&sr=8-1

3. At her workshop at Southern California.

The first option is preferred.

Giveaway details:

To enter the drawing to receive the book leave a comment to her blog at oneartistjournal. winner will be announced the next Friday, May 25.

I am happy to be part of a Blog Hop. The other participants are:

Brian kasstle: apaperbear.wordpress.com
Carla Sonheim: carlasonheim.wordpress.com
Cindy Woods O’Leary: artfuljourneyretreat.blogspot.com
Donna Cetorelli: solegarden.com
Dorit Elisha: lifeasafiveringcircus.blogspot.com
Erin Faith Allen: callofthewildsoul.com
Gina Rossi Armfield: sweetsistergina.typepad.com
Glenda Hoagland: pilgrimsthoughts.blogspot.com
Irene Rafael: irenerafael.blogspot.com
Jane LaFazio: janeville.blogspot.com
jill Berry: jillberrydesign.com/blog
Kelly Kilmer: KellyKilmer.blogspot.com
Liesel Lund: liesel.typepad.com
Monica Moran: thecreativebeast.blogspot.com
Pnina Gold: pearlandroses.wordpress.com
Rachel Urista: rachelurista.wordpress.com
Seth Apter: thealteredpage.blogspot.com
Teesha Moore: teeshascircus.blogspot.com

May your creative juices flow.

Daring May 13, 2012

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Doubting the fact that every spread mirrors a different aspect of your soul is  denial. Every spread is part of the a big puzzle. Some pieces move you more than others but your picture cannot be complete without them.

Revealation February 3, 2012

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Revealation

Hesitation can be part of the creative process if you don’t let it linger.

Hidden circles July 8, 2011

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Little details create a whole. Black and white have their own unique beauty but a little color balances it all. What to focus on is our choice. You can focus on the bright color or you can focus on the dark one. You choose the mood.

Acceptance June 27, 2011

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Moving into a different book format is  fun but it takes some time to adjust to the new size. As with many other new things in life, it’s easy to accept some aspects of change but there is always a tendency to resist others.