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"There is a way that nature speaks, that land speaks.  Most of the time we are simply not patient enough, quiet enough, to pay attention to the story." ~Linda Hogan

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Watercolors Paintings

Paintings

Trees

Plants

Flowers

Food

Seascapes

Portraits

Abrstracts

Drawings & Sketches

Drawings

Tree Photos

Photos

Banyan Trees

Copper Beech

Cherry Tree

Chinese Crabapple Tree

Sequoia

Eucalyptus

Evergreen

Fig

Flowering Trees

Japanese Maple

Magnolia Trees

Maple Tree on Cemetery

Maple Tree

Tree-line & Sunset on Farm

Weeping Beech

Willow Trees

Artists

Various Artists

Icon Artist

Math Artists

Watercolor Artist

Arts

Iconography

Math Art

Music

Watercolor Painting

Greg's Art Journal

Art of Living

Art Journal

Various Artists

Arts

Arts' Interdisciplinary Side

Color

Conservation

Ethics

Health of Art

Icons & Iconography

Music

Puzzles

Quotes

Supporters of the Arts

Trees!

Watercolor Painting

Supporters the Arts

Supporters the Arts

Conservation

Conservation

Tree Planting

Human Rights

Human Rights

 

Greg's Art Journal

art watercolor painting

"A slavish concern for the composition of words is the sign of a bankrupt intellect. Be gone, odious wasp! You smell of decayed syllables." -Norton Juster, The Phantom Tollbooth

I have been a journal keeper since 1990.  My journals have become life-notebooks where I take notes and attempt to be creative.  Each journal that I've filled has helped me stay on the path of learning.  If I learn something new, or sense something creative, it seems wasteful to me to not write it down.  Plus, once it's in the journal it's permanent (or semi-permanent), so if I happen to forget it, I will have the joy of rediscovering it just by reviewing my journals from time to time.

Yet aside from writing, drawing is another great way to keep a journal.  (Try drawing or sketching in a sketchbook.  Sketch the places around you, your experiences, memories or doodle to hearts content; and date each one.  Over time and effort it will grow into a great collection of knowledge and memories.)

The following online journal shares links, writings and/or images to various topics that interest me.  I hope they are helpful to you on this journey though the cosmos. 

Journal Topics

Art Lessons

Book Recommendations

Ethics

Human Rights

Math & Fractal Art

Painting - Watercolors

Quotes

The Arts

Conservation

Health of Art

Icons & Iconography

Music

Photos

Supporters of the Arts

Art of Living

Color

Historical Artists

Interdisciplinary Nature of Art

New Paintings

Puzzles & Optical Illusions

Tree Art & Information

Art Journal

 

Do artist's brains have more Grey Matter? - Huffington Post article'

 

 

 

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