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Sometimes Creative Processes Tell You Exactly What to Do. (Thank Goodness!)

Posted on the 07 November 2013 by Juliejordanscott @juliejordanscot

It was a puttering sort of day. I made progress on several of my projects and this is the single one I finished. The background is from a painting that is nearly four years old. I actually cut it out and framed it and asked it what it wanted to be.

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I got the words to write on it with a sharpie, so I did, copying from ramblings from the past. When my fine sharpie ran out, I used a bigger tip one (which I didn’t know was a bigger tip) which could have ruined it, but I said no… its fine… and then a couple hours later I found some images I had cut out and put away from a darling children’s vintage book.

These curious children wanted nothing more than to be a part of this simple work of art and words.

What is happening along your adventures in Art Every Day land?

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Writing in Baltimore, Maryland. This is me, writing in a Baltimore Park. I am sitting across the street from an apartment building where Zelda and F. Scott Fitzgerald once lived. Julie Jordan Scott is a writer, performance poet, Mommy and mixed-media artist. Her word-love themed art will be for sale at First Friday each month in Downtown Bakersfield. Check out the links below to follow her on a bunch of different social media channels, especially if you find the idea of a Word-Love Party bus particularly enticing.

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