There is a crack in everything. That is how the light gets in. ~Leonard Cohen
Thirteen years ago, well into my twenties, I stumbled upon a new path. This path held splashes of color, splotches of ink, and torn pages. An immersion began like a full-fledged, headfirst plunge into mixed-media art. Somewhere among the glue, glitter, and collage, my passion emerged. My shelves are now lined with years of art journals, some contained within old and worn suitcases that became a canvas along the way. If you were to join me for coffee or chai today in my humble abode in Maine, our words would wander along the well-worn paths of color, journal pages, paintings on canvas, altering objects, photographs, or the latest discovery on Instagram.
To view my work, you can find me in Stampington Company’s Art Journaling Magazines 12 different issues from 2014 to 2019, Stampington’s Somerset Memories Autumn 2012 issue, and 2018 Studio Visit Magazine. You can also find me most days on instragram.com/alteredbyamber