Here's the list I shared with my friend.
Four Corners Design (fourcornersdesign.blogspot.com) -- A few months ago I took a fun workshop led by Seattle mixed-media artist Amy Duncan about upcycled journals. Her blog posts usually feature one or more gorgeous photos and lots of creative wisdom. She often uses found objects in her work and is one of the authors of The Salvage Studio book.
iHanna (www.ihanna.nu) Hanna is a prolific artist and writer from Sweden. Last year she vowed to make 7 collages a week for 52 weeks and she did it! She also organized the postcard swap that I participated in. She writes about mixed media, embroidery, photography, art journaling and so much more. Hanna's posts are always practical and inspiring, and her personality shines through each one.
Dispatch from LA
Of all the bloggers I follow, Mary Ann Moss is the one I'd most like to spend the day with. She paints, draws, photographs, travels, teaches and writes about it all with insight and humor. Plus, she has a cat posse!
Collage Journeys (janedavies-collagejourneys.blogspot.com) I love Jane Davies' work. Her abstract paintings and collages are mysterious and beautiful. She offers classes online and around the country where she shares her "playful approach to creating." The free tutorials on her website are incredibly helpful. (Yes, I am angling for a place in one of her workshops ; >
What blogs do you follow for inspiration and assistance?