Tag: art inspiration
Ballet is so beautiful! This is a wonderful performance. Enjoy!
“It is our choices that show what we truly are far more than our abilities.” J.K. Rowling (from Skinnyartist) What happens when the Insiders become stale and must seek new inspiration? The only option is to look outside. It has always been so and now more than ever. Insiders jump from fad to fad, novelty to…
Weekend Inspiration–How to be a Successful Artist
Interesting video on the business side of being an artist. Happy Weekend!
Artpromotivate.com has a fabulous article for inspiration titled: 20 Art Inspiration Ideas for Creativity. All 20 are great ideas. One favorite for me is number 19, Making Art for Art’s Sake. The premise behind number 19 is to simply create outside your usual comfort zone. 19 suggests trying something new or different, not focusing on…
“We are the facilitators of our own creative evolution.” Bill Hicks (from Brainyquote) Suppose you are stranded somewhere without any art supplies. What do you do? You could dissolve into a quivering lump of uselessness or you could look around and see what’s available. Sit down, think about it and have another cup of coffee.…
Do we, as artists, reveal to the world what there is around us to be grateful for? We see, hear, and feel the beauty that may be missed by others, especially those caught up in the rat race of the busyness of life. For myself, I forget to approach each canvas as an opportunity to…
Weekend Inspiration–Watering the Drought
“The best cure for a dry spell is simply to keep at it. Good things are happening, soon to be revealed.” Eleanor Blair (from The Painter’s Keys) Those first thoughts of panic when you find yourself in a dry spell can take over and consume you. What if you are never inspired again? What if…
“The object isn’t to make art, but to be in that wonderful state that makes art inevitable.”-Robert Henri (from Skinnyartist) The search for inspiration can be a never- ending battle. Nothing is working. The feeling can range from confusion to panic. What if you never get your inspiration back? Where do you turn? Listening to what…