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two kids, a big yard, and a closet full of art supplies.
Interests: art, motherhood, nature, baking, fashion, the weirdos of the sea
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thank you Kate! not sure if you're on instagram or not, but I've been sharing some bits of these there as well, you can find me there @katielicht. :)
Hey! I'm excited to share this project with you. There's nothing better than an idea that just comes about organically and without a lot of forethought and turns out to be exactly what you needed. A few weeks ago I was interviewed, along with Lauren Caterson, for Caylee and Lauren's... Continue reading
Posted 5 days ago at white picket fence
(continued from this post... this one's more tourist-y and picture heavy) Even though I only had about 8 non-working or sleeping hours to fill in Nashville, I crammed in about as much as I could and saw a fair bit of the city. Friday night I walked around the neighborhood... Continue reading
Posted 6 days ago at white picket fence
a flight that was delayed, then un-delayed, then delayed again for some reason? okay! Here is the story of my trip to Nashville to film the video parts of my Studio Calico art journalling class Cut and Paste. (which is almost over with and has been so great, but that’s... Continue reading
Posted Oct 10, 2016 at white picket fence
thank you so much Briana! can't wait til class starts and we can all get cutting and pasting!
thanks so much! (merci beaucoup!) I hope you enjoy the class!
great! can't wait to "see" you in class!
HELLO I HAVE SOME EXCITING NEWS. Okay, maybe you've seen this on my various social media outlets, but I wanted to post a bit more about my upcoming art journalling class: Cut and Paste, with Studio Calico. My friends, I could not be more excited and honored to be sharing... Continue reading
Posted Aug 18, 2016 at white picket fence
some observations on July's themes: distinct palette shift from warm to cool; quotes with little scrappy patchwork borders, fixation on that starburst/fat asterisk shape. I think I'm close to completing the 100 day challenge I set for myself; it has been SO eye-opening about how my art changes when I'm... Continue reading
Posted Jul 26, 2016 at white picket fence
hey Julia! thank you so much for your nice comment. my hope was to start blogging more often but obviously it's still pretty sparse. maybe when the kids are both in school this fall I'll be able to share more.
thanks Roni! I just can't help myself with leaving paper hanging over the edge of the page. I love the way it looks when the book is finished to have all kinds of bits and pieces showing.
I pulled these colors together a few days ago and have been making collages from just these scraps for the past few days. I only document some of my work on my instagram (project hashtag #katies100daysofcutandpaste); not every collage is a winner and sometimes I'm working out a new idea... Continue reading
Posted Jun 16, 2016 at white picket fence
Even though it was more than a month ago, I still want to post a recap of my first zine fest! Chicago Zine Fest was held this year at the Plumbers Union hall in the Near West neighborhood. It was a really nice venue & the event ran super smoothly... Continue reading
Posted Jun 14, 2016 at white picket fence
I was going through some old blog drafts and can't believe I've never shared this collaborative collage book that Natalie Mutrux and I made a few years ago. (She has one too, which she turned into a zine, and once I track my copy down I'll try to share it... Continue reading
Posted May 25, 2016 at white picket fence
thank you Anika!
Toggle Commented Apr 12, 2016 on work in progress at white picket fence
I just want to draw these forever and ever. AND I'm starting to color them digitally too. This is an in-progress version, though I have to say I kind of like leaving some of the doodles white. Continue reading
Posted Apr 9, 2016 at white picket fence
ah, I love it there so much. the colors and the scents and the amazingly fresh air. also, if you're ever looking for new shapes to draw, the conservatory is a treasure trove. Continue reading
Posted Apr 5, 2016 at white picket fence
amazingly thorough and well written post! I'll definitely bookmark this for the next time I'm doing a major painting project. thanks Josh!
Thanks for that link. Eddie and Emma are two of my favorite actors right now too! It's nice to hear this perspective from you. I'm currently in the exact opposite situation, living in the same place for almost 10 years, the longest I've lived anywhere, and at my current "job" (stay at home mom) for almost 4 years, the longest I've ever stayed in a job. And lately I've just been feeling bored and restless and wondering what might be next. So yes, you're right. There's highs and lows with everything.
Toggle Commented Feb 25, 2015 on Work + Travel: Rootless at Kelly Purkey
oh man. I remember the olden days of Paper Source when they actually had a really big selection of binding materials, beautiful book cloth and book blocks. Kinda bummed that it got replaced with a bunch of tchotchkes. lately I've revived my old high school habit of writing terrible poetry, so that's what I would put in a handbound book... for no one to see ever. :)
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I've been dragging my feet on these (remember when I posted last fall about it being "almost ready"? hahahaha). Now that they're stacked up in their neat little finished piles it's the BEST feeling and they're ready to make their way out into the world. As Always, a collection of... Continue reading
Posted Feb 16, 2015 at white picket fence
great post! i've been listening to podcasts or NPR in the car for so long that I kind of forget about regular radio... and driving your car off the road seems like an appropriate response to it.
Toggle Commented Feb 16, 2015 on 29 favorite things. at enJOY it by Elise Blaha Cripe
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Thanks for reading Delaney!
I got this one from a japanese store, and I can't find the exact one online, but Amazon has some by the same brand, Maruman: Otherwise I usually just buy the black spiral bound ones from any old art store.
Yeah, I was just really upset with the clutter and in an unsentimental mood so i took advantage of it and was really ruthless. I had the same thought, about donating or making paper packs, but at that moment the most important thing was just getting it out of sight as quickly as possible.