Trish’s Page

I’d been wondering how I’d find time to think about my contribution let alone write something in the book.  I’d gone to meet a student that day who forgot about her lesson, so I unexpectedly found myself with a whole day free. I went home and set about writing a number of meaningful quotations with…

Usha’s Page

Finally, it was my turn to make a contribution for the Sketchbook. I was feeling very proud and happy. I created a collage of paintings…. From top left, here is how I made each one Background effect: sprinkled salt on wet paint, next, a series of layers of nail polish of different colors in a heart shape. Geometric:…

Viv’s Page

When the idea of the Sisterhood of the Travelling Sketchbook was first proposed, Viv was one of the first to jump on board with gusto. Before the Sketchbook reached her, however, we lost her in July 2016. This was a great sadness on two counts; first for those who loved her and miss her still,…

Brisbane Stopover

I jumped at the chance to join The Sisterhood of the Travelling Sketchbook a few months ago when I read about the fascinating concept on Anne Lawson’s blog. Ann who is a talented botanical artist has not only bound together a book from paper ends from preloved paper for “The Sisterhood” to add their marks to,…

Page #1, the journey’s begun

From Kate Chiconi at TallTalesfromChiconia, North Queensland, Australia After Anne, who made the book, I’m honoured to be first on the list to make a mark on the pristine pages of the Travelling Sketchbook. It’s been a rough week or two for me health-wise as some of you will already know, but I’ve finally finished my entry,…