The Vagabond Artist is Almost Home – Travel and Art Journal Practices
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The Vagabond Artist is Almost Home – Travel and Art Journal Practices

This post serves as an update of my journey and how I’ve been able to incorporate travel and art journal practices while on the road. More Exploring of Oro Valley, Arizona Honey Bee Trail Within walking distance of our rental house is an amazing trail that winds through Honey Bee Canyon.  On one side of…

The Vagabond Artist Stays Put for A While – Travel/Art Journal
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The Vagabond Artist Stays Put for A While – Travel/Art Journal

Why keep a Travel and Art Journal? My goal is tot keep you up to date on my adventures as the Vagabond Artist.  Inspiring you to feel your own creative pursuits don’t have to be perfect but can start a process of allowing yourself the freedom to create and grow along with me on this…

Sights and Sounds of Sedona – Week 1 (Travel and Art Journal)
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Sights and Sounds of Sedona – Week 1 (Travel and Art Journal)

This post is written to keep you up to date on my journey as the Vagabond Artist and also, hopefully, to inspire you to explore your own creative journey and show how you can make art while traveling. History The more recent history of Sedona began in 1876 as a ranching and farming settlement. Previously,…

The Vagabond Artist Lands in Walla Walla – My Travel Journal

The Vagabond Artist Lands in Walla Walla – My Travel Journal

In my ongoing travel journal, I say goodbye to Montana and the friends we made while there.  On to Walla Walla, Washington, a place close to my heart.  The Setting I grew up in a government town where nearly everyone lived in government housing with no sense of history or place.  Imagine my delight when…