Posted in Fine Arts


I know, April is already the past. In March I had set myself the goal of starting again with a kind of picture diary. But then it took forever until my new sketchbook was finally delivered.
As a little girl I had several painted diaries. They consisted of a number of cut pages, which were bound together with a beautiful colorful ribbon, favorable a red one with a golden rim.

Today these painted books are called artists journals, and there are numerous bloggers dealing with this topic, and even video tutorials, on how to design such books, can be found on the WWW.
My little picture diary simply serves the purpose of relaxation and gives me the opportunity to work with colored pencils, watercolor and real paper again.


Since 2014 I have been writing and illustrating books for children, mainly for preschool age. In the meantime I have published three animal stories. More picture books are in progress. If you are interested in readings (Kindergarten), my books or any illustration work, please feel free to contact me. I live with my family and a funny poodle in the beautiful Weserbergland, Germany.

2 thoughts on “I’M A LITTLE LATE

  1. Yes. Now what was done years ago by many artists and authors is now called journaling. It’s always been a good and practical thing. Anybody can do it at any time. I always do it and scribbles can be found in lots of journals around the house. Yours are lovely.

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  2. Thank you. For me, designing a picture diary is a very satisfying experience. And it is a creative way to keep beautiful memories alive.


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