Monday, April 23, 2012

TBP: Personal Geographies, Part 4 + Giveaway

This is the final project that I decided to try from Personal Geographies.

My Heart Belongs in San Diego.  Inktense pencils and India ink on watercolor paper.

Once again, this was loosely based off one of the projects of the book.

I absolutely loved flipping through this book, but as much as I loved the little stories and tidbits of inspiration, none of the projects really resonated with me.

Since this book is primarily about the projects, I don't feel right continuing to try working through it if I can't put my whole heart into it. So I'm passing this book on to you, one of my dear readers, in hopes that it will be an inspiration for you.

For your chance to win a copy of Personal Geographies, leave a comment of what a map means to you and a way of contacting you if you are the winner.  I will announce the winner on Friday, April 27th.  After the announcement, the winner has until Monday April 30th to contact me with a mailing address.  Otherwise I will be choosing a new winner.


ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

Lovely creation ~ textured ~ color, design ~thanks, namaste, ^_^

ps. Maps ~ what they mean to me ~ wonderful paper to collage with in my mixed media projects and fond memories of road trips. Thanks ^_^

Harvest Moon by Hand said...

This is such a beautiful image - the colors you chose look wonderful together. I like the combination of words and image.

A map means to mean hope and well as memories. I look at places that I would love to see and explore - beauty and natural areas that I have to see.

When I look at other maps, I recall memories of other times when discovery and new experiences came each day...each I explored a new area with others or myself.

Vee said...

Thank you for stopping by! The winner has been announced here: