Kusudama Flower Tutorial

Kusudama flowers make wonderful gifts. Learn how to make one in this free tutorial and then give it to someone special.

Origami Book Sculpture Workshop

Join me in this comprehensive, absolutely unconventional online book art adventure where you will learn fun and innovative ways to transform used books into sculptural works of art!

Encaustic Art Gallery

Encaustics is an ancient art technique that involves painting with melted pigmented beeswax and fusing the painted layers with a heat source. It is very process-intensive but well worth the effort because the end result is art that captivates the senses with its subtle sweet aroma, luminosity, and almost ethereal qualities.

Book Sculptures

Book Sculpture Gallery

My passion for books brought me to experiment with using books as a creative medium. Going beyond the printed word, I focus on the book’s physical form. Using old books, I fold, cut, and shred the pages to create abstract sculptures which present a new way of “reading” the book.

Journal Pages

I’ve kept an assortment of journals ever since I was a child. They are my constant companion – my source for solace and understanding. Going beyond words in my journals only gives me more freedom for self-expression.

Browse Journal Pages

About Me

Hi, I’m Johwey. I have an overflowing passion for all things creative. Learn a little bit more about me. And nice to meet you!


I’m the kind of person who is always creating, always experimenting. Browse my works and get a dose of  inspiration.


Let me share my enthusiasm and creative knowledge with you. It will be fun! (I offer both online and studio workshops.)

Gift Shop

Treat yourself or someone special today. You’ll find one-of-a-kind works of art and unique gift items at the shop. All made with love!

“There is a vitality, a life-force, an energy, a quickening that is translated through you into action and because there is only one of you in all of time, this expression is unique. And if you block it, it will never exist through any other medium and be lost.” – Martha Graham