Perpetual Nature Journal – Start Here

Start here with your Perpetual Nature Journal.

I’ve gathered all the relevant posts from my Perpetual Nature Journal here on this page so you can find them all in one place.

Many of you have asked to see the development of this journal, and while my Perpetual Nature Journal is still pretty new, it is growing and developing quietly in the background of my seasonal art practice.


Journal Setup

Here is more information on how to set up your Perpetual Nature Journal.

Once you have a journal you can create the cover page.


Each Month’s Pages

Every month has its own page or pages in my Perpetual Nature Journal.

Below are the images I have drawn so far.

I’ve grouped them by month as that is how the sketch book develops.

Over time more and more images will be posted here.


In May 2022 I drew the Canada Geese at the coast.

This was my very first sketch in my Perpetual Nature Journal and at this satge I was not sure where I was going with this art initiative.


In June 2022 I drew the Inukshuk in monochrome inks at the coast.

This was my second sketch in my Perpetual Nature Journal.


In October 2022 I drew the Weird Gourds in my studio.

This piece was with colored inks and was quite messy in the kitchen.



In November 2022 I drew the Autumn Leaf in colored pencil in my studio.



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