Hi everyone, Mou here with a second round of pages from recent art journal that I started on the road. The great thing about working on this journal while on the road is it's true-to-the-moment authenticity... I'm copying from nature, capturing a snapshot of something unusual right before my eyes... there's something very raw about it! No manipulation of camera settings, no photoshop editing, just a study of what I don't see in my everyday surroundings. No pretty papers, no fancy embellishments, just a little bit of white space for me to claim anyway I can. Even more authentic because I have proof that I was there that day... that National Park stamp that people use on their National Park passports... I used them to stamp my journal.
One thing I love about roads around mountains is the ever-changing view. Things appear for a moment and then disappear. When they reappear, it's a completely different perspective. The kids and I were admiring this dreamy mountain in the distance as we were driving toward it. Then in a few minutes, we were driving by it and it appeared just as rugged as the other mountains. And sometimes the road itself disappears and reveal itself as we keep driving!
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Mou Saha Mou won the Creating Keepsakes Hall of Fame in 2007, was a member of their Dream Team in 2009 and you've seen her work in numerous craft publications. Currently she collaborates with 7 Gypsies, Crate Paper, Cocoa Daisy and Anna Griffin.