Dawn DeVries Sokol


To Finish or Not to Finish

I was just sorting through my messy studio and started deciding which journals still need work and which journals were “finished”. And in my mind, “finished” when it pertains to my journals doesn’t necessarily mean completely done. “Finished” means I don’t really want to go back to it in the immediate future, that it doesn’t really inspire me anymore. Some of my journals are completely filled. Some have pages that are still in different stages of production, but right now I just don’t want to attend to. These are those journals:

Now I’m concentrating on a new journal I just made for a class proposal, but I feel like I shouldn’t even go there yet with all of these to work in:

Some have one or two unfinished pages. Others have pages in all stages of production.

I think I have a SERIOUS problem!

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