Epic Vaquero Journal by Mind's Eye Journals, Teresa Merriman
Teresa Merriman of Mind's Eye Journals creates this Epic Vaquero Journal, Photo Album, Scrapbook
- Handmade in the USA
- Artisan-crafted handmade journal
- Materials: Leather, antique clips and welding rod for closure, 112 pages of hot press watercolor paper
- Size: 7.5"H x 9"W
- Colors: browns
- Made to order
- Limited production
- Shipping: approximately one-two weeks
All Mind's Eyes Journals and Scrapbooks by Teresa Merriman
These journals are perfect for every-day journaling or frequent free-flows of thought! The generous size of the leather journal also makes it perfect to use as a sketchbook or photo album.
These journals and scrapbooks are bound with the most versatile paper in the world - watercolor paper - making them suitable for artists and writers. No matter what medium you are wanting to work with, this paper can handle it! Charcoal, graphite, colored pencil, soft pastel, watercolors, acrylic paint, markers of any kind, fountain pens, any ink, any writing instrument, the list is infinite!
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Due to the nature of handcrafted work, subtle variations are natural.
About Teresa Merriman
"I've come to realize that my artistic talents are not entirely innate. some are indeed born unto me while others transpired through practice and the sharpening of my ability to listen to that voice within.
When we look upon a piece of art we are profoundly drawn to, we often wonder where that idea came from and how in the world the artist helped this idea emerge into existence. Any artist can trace back in time to the point when they felt the spark, heard the voice, or when “it came to them.” The “it” to me, is that foreign, impalpable thing, disguised as your own voice but is truly an ethereal miracle determined to come to the spectacle of the human eye through its delivery to the proper, capable, listening artist.
And what is an artist? To me, an artist is one who acknowledges and identifies the intrinsic talents and applies them in practice in order to build an aptitude, a bridge over the gap between those natural endowments and their honed skill, and with this harmonious moxie, an artist is the one who is in concert with those mystical sublime muses all for the sake of creation"
As an artist, I believe it is my daily responsibility to not only qualify for such concerts but to play an active role in these noble events. As a bookbinder, I believe I must inspire and encourage the inherent creative tendencies that reside within us all by composing a blank journal, a sacred housing, a companion, for the boundless creativity that you dare to bring to fruition.