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An Introduction to Art Journaling!

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Learn digital scrapbooking with Photoshop Elements through videos, tutorials, classes, and lessons. (http://t.co/0Rzr9O9Y An Introduction to Art Journaling!

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Hettie's Nest: Ignite - A 365 Day Art Journaling Adventure - Day 4

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Ignite - A 365 Day Art Journaling Adventure - Day 4. Now that we have a few pages with color on them, pick one that stands out to you, or one you really like. Only using the materials right around you create something small on ...

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How Art Journaling Can Promote Self-Esteem & Empowerment ...

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"We’ve all heard the saying that a picture is worth 1000 words – well, practicing communication through images, color, movement, and costuming helps girls understand others and how to effectively project their interior selves. They begin to make the connection between what their posture and the little subtleties of their unspoken mannerisms is communicating and this helps them learn to be conscious, intentional, and confident in their daily interactions with others.

We talk about line, contrast, embellishing, color, texture, and several other tools that can be used visually to communicate abstract ideas like love, fear, pain, hope, strength, etc. They begin to understand that it is not our words alone but our actions that define us. These visual art and writing exercises work hand in hand with their dance training to give these girls an opportunity to blossom into strong, motivated, sensitive women. The act of creating beauty in art, writing, or dance also gives girls the power to be in control of something: their thoughts, ideas, and bodies – this is very empowering."


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