Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Hymns That Last - Page 5

Hello! I hope this finds you well.  After a month of reruns/reposts, this is new material.  Pictured is the fifth page in my Hymns That Last journal:  Glorious Things of Thee Are Spoken by John Newton (1779) 


5 down, 22 to go!

To see the first page, CLICK HERE.
To see the second page, CLICK HERE.
To see the third page, CLICK HERE.
To see the fourth page, CLICK HERE.

The full list can be found by CLICKING HERE.

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I'm so use to saying, "Enjoy your weekend!" but it's only Wednesday :) .....still.....
Go forth and flourish!
xo
Jane

3 comments:

  1. Good to see you posting again Jane. Wow, fabulous as always. I'm curious, approximately how long does it take you to write out a page like this (including any warm-up time)? Linda E.

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  2. Hi, Linda! Thank you for your visit and comment. I appreciate your encouragement and long term support of my work. :) When working in this journal, I only do one stanza at a time. I'd say one stanza takes me 40 minutes. The paper in this journal is extremely fibrous (and frustrating!) I came to calligraphy through the Ugly Handwriting door, so I work very slowly compared to most. I must carefully form my letters, and even more so with tiny fibers continually getting caught in the nib. Hope this info helps.

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  3. Your hand is SO gorgeous! I dabble in calligraphy, not so much anymore, nor my watercolor painting, as I have an unsteady hand most of the time due to medications for asthma... AND you write The Word ... glorious!

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