IMG_0768 Just as a little aside from other makings, IMG_0763 Not quite a scrap book, not quite a mood board… IMG_0764 I’m calling it my Wish Book IMG_0766 These are some elements for pages serving to crystalise in my mind the hopes I have for the near future… editIMG_0825 Delighting in the way they find their places together editIMG_0824 unplanned (such is my style!) editIMG_0826 these are the colors and shapes I am running towards editIMG_0827 the textures and lushness editIMG_0823 the future starts here! 😀

Author: Mixy

artist, thing maker & idea magpie. I am making it all up, one bit at a time.

17 thoughts on “wishing”

  1. Oh my goodness!! This is simply so beautiful and amazing that I don’t know where to start. The colors and textures are all so rich and gorgeous. I am amazed at how you are able to combine all of this together, and it works so perfectly to create a unique and vibrant work of art. If I tried this, I would end up with a huge mess, I just know it! Gorgeous, gorgeous work.

    I have to say, though … My very favorite part is the word “wish”. I love the style of the lettering. The “W”, in particular, is wonderful.


    1. aw thanks my friend! I’m finding the less time I spend in the ‘faffing about’ stage the better – the ‘just going for it’ technique is by far the best approach! Not easy to begin with, but with practice it’s getting easier to let go of expectations n just letting it all fall into place. (I’m very fond of the Wish too! I think mostly cos it’s something very personal to me – that shows through)


    1. I haven’t had a chance (yet) to include any in college work. But generally they’re very open to mixed media type stuff. So far it’s been quite focussed on new techniques. I’ll post up some school stuff soon 🙂


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