Do not copy any of my artwork, poetry or photography without my permission.

Do not copy any of my artwork, poetry or photography without my permission.
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Sunday, February 6, 2011

Monsaic Monday and Jingle Potluck Poetry

Hooking up with two memes today
Mosaic Monday with Mary
These are some of my doodle pages from the Sketchbook Challenge that my art teacher and some of my fellow students are in.

It has been a great challenge to work in the sketchbook daily for at least 15 minutes every day. 
Great way to learn.



Based on above
A poem for Jingle Poetry Potluck Monday. 

A Little More Each Day

I doodle away most of the day
Just lost in the color and the sway.
I leave my mind free to just move the pen
And sometimes I draw a duck or a wren.
The Sketchbook Challenge has been good for me.
It has relaxed my body and set my mind free.
It only last for just a few minutes each day
But one day I will sketch and just float away
To Lala Land and might decide to stay.
If I'm not at home just know Qmm is on the roam.
All because of a sketchbook challenge.
Go here for more Mosaic Monday

Go here for Jingle Potluck Monday Poetry 



17 comments:

liv2write2day said...

This is such a happy blog. Thank you and enjoy doing what you love.

http://liv2write2day.wordpress.com/2011/02/07/through-this-dying-jingles-poetry-potluck/

A Garden of Threads said...

Wonderful!!!

Carol said...

Love your sketches, they make a very creative mosaic! I enjoyed your post!

fiveloaf said...

such fun! thank you for sharing.. here's my potluck..
http://fiveloaf.wordpress.com/2010/03/12/broken-home/

GrandmaK said...

Your mosaic is grand! But you know your words pain lovely pictures to!! Thank you! Wishing you well! Cathy

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

It seems you are enjoying your classes. Interesting doodles.

Vee said...

Those are great little doodles. My favorite is the second with all the details...it's like jewelry. (My great-grandfather was a doodler and much of his work has been saved. I have boxes of it. I may have to copy your idea and make a mosaic of it all. :D)

Vee said...

Those are great little doodles. My favorite is the second with all the details...it's like jewelry. (My great-grandfather was a doodler and much of his work has been saved. I have boxes of it. I may have to copy your idea and make a mosaic of it all. :D)

athursdayschild said...

Your blog is very artsy, creative and inviting. You've inspired me to start a sketchbook. I will look at your crochet art. I'm also a weaver, sometimes knitter.

bendedspoon said...

This is a wonderful place! :)

Karin said...

I'd love to take that class with you! Looks like you are having a blast! Cute poem to go with your wonderful sketches!

Jingle said...

love it,

very beautiful..

A++

kenny said...

Ha, great painting, has me grinning!

Anu@My Dream Canvas said...

This is a lovely mosaic! I am hosting a Giveaway on my blog. I would love for you to stop by.hugs Anu

Mary said...

Oh, I LOVE your sketchbook doodles! I used to be a very prolific doodler in school, but haven't thought to do it since... It looks like so much fun! Thanks for sharing at MM. :)

Ann said...

I doodle cococnut trees

musingbymoonlight.com said...

I think this is my first time here. What a colorful and joyful blog. I love it. Wonderful ... and the poem is delightful. Excellent for Potluck ...

Here's mine:
http://musingbymoonlight.com/2011/02/06/love-grown-wild-2/

JamieDedes