Rose Wall Art, Weeping Roses and paper making
The following resources are my personal book mark pages. I use these sites as a reference for my journals, luminaries, paper making and my Gods and Goddesses. They contain tutorials, materials, equipment and other useful links to learn more about the art of paper making and mythology. They have inspired me and hopefully they will inspire you. May you be enlightened.
Supersummary Guide Learn about folklore and mythology
The Goddess Gift: Sharon Turnbull's wonderful site to find your Goddess Within.
Women in Greek Myths: A wonderful site full of interesting mythological information.
Mythology: Zeroland's listing of various Gods and Goddesses
Internet Sacred Text Archive: The ultimate reference site for mythology, religion and ancient writings.
Joseph Campbell Foundation: This site contains lectures, writing and reference material galore. A MUST!
Paper Making / Journals / Bookmaking / Materials
Introduction to paper making for kids: My introduction to paper making for kids.
Pulp and Paper Resources on the Web: Great Site! Be sure to check this one out.
Arnold Grummer's Papermaking: For beginning and intermediate learners.
Carriage House Paper: Materials, kits and instructions.
Twinrocker Handmade Paper: A Must Visit! One of the most trusted sites and experienced professionals.
The Book Arts Web: Tutorials and reference materials.
Canadian Bookbinders and Book Artist Guild: A wonderful site full of useful information.
The Altered Book: Some useful links to techniques and tutorials.
Handmade Books - Paper Crafts: Interesting site for tutorials.
Creative Papers Online: A store with materials, supplies and an artist gallery.
The Paper Studio: A wonderful place in Tempe, Arizona for classes, materials and artist gallery.
Decorative and Artist Papers - Hollanders: A large store specializing in materials and equipment.
Paper Crafts Magazine: Cards, Journals and Stamping Crafts.
Learning to Draw: My introduction to a class I teach on learning to see as an artist does. Primarily directed to those that have always wanted to learn to draw but never had a chance.