Monday, February 25, 2008


I found Amy's accordion page and Julie I cannot find yours! I knew there were others that were missing. In the next assignment video (in 2 weeks) I will have a special folder on my desktop and EVERYONE who sends me a picture will be put in there. Julie, send me your picture please again and I will add it to my blog.
Above is Amy's wonderful work that I just found lurking in my documents folder.
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martha said...

You video is exactly what I needed to hear this morning! I love the videos in which you paint something AND give a little pep talk or stirring "sermonette". Not only do I get to watch your work in progress, but your message never fails to punch me in the gut with it's authenticity and personal significance for me. Thanks for being so inspiring!

Anonymous said...

Thanks, Suzi! After a very discouraging day yesterday this is just what I needed. Almost had me crying with your words of encouragement after feeling so defeated.

Deirdra Doan said...

Love the video!! So encouraging and cute... Did my journal page not qualify as a accordion page or did it get lost? I sent a page from my journal on your "live journal" after your video on accordion pages. It was inspired by your video on accordion pages.
I know it was not exactly a accordion. I thought I had till Feb. 28th to get it in.
I also was inspired by your "Devil Courting" in what I wrote about thoughts coming to me that aren't good for me like not being OK.

I just found a great Vegan blog!

I went to Raw Chef school a few years and taught raw vegan food classes once.... Loving your Vegan info. Go Go Go Vegan!!!


Iris said...

Lovely lovely message Suziblu!! I used to be quite bitchy but over the years I've realised that just a kind word can brighten someone's day, so why be nasty if you can be encouraging and nice?! You're quite public with your art and opinions so I imagine that among the nice comments you get criticism as well, so I think it's wonderful that you don't let it inhibit you but use it to inspire other people who might feel downtrodden or inhibited! Also I looooved seeing the other people's accordion pages. All came from the same concept but everyone executed it in a different way!! Can't wait to do the next assignment, I adore rubber stamps and typography!

Dave said...

When can I see the final project on this one?

Anonymous said...

oh wow. wasn't expecting to see my journal when i opened your blog. haha.


Iris said...

I thought you might be interested in this blog (or this particular article I just read):
She posts stuff in response to popular feminist 'myths', in this case "Feminists Look for Stuff to Get Mad About"

Anonymous said...

very cool amy!