Inspiration is the language of your spirit, feeling inspired is you experiencing your spirit, It is through your inspirations that you live the life you desire and realize who you really are. When you desire to make your desires real you are truly inspired! As artists we are creators, we have the world as our canvas, pour your heart and your soul into your art and inpire others! We are the ones creating out lives and choosing our experiences!
I was talking to a potenital client one day and he was having a hard time understaning why he needed art in his office when no one is ever there except him. Why would you want to go to an office with blank walls, not very inviting. Do you think you are productive in your office with bare walls, would your productivity change if the atmosepnere was different? I think we can all agree that it would. In my studio I surround myself with beautiful pictures of flowers that my st
The Difference Between Abstract and Nonrepresentational Art
Representational art actually takes skill to produce, it cant look like anything, once it does it is no longer nonrepresentational it becomes abstract. Abstract art is a distorted version of something realistic. It's like taking a plate and breaking it into peices and then trying to put it back together. The plate doestn' look the same, Picaso is the perfect example of this. Nonrepresentational art can't go back in space either, beliee it or not this is quite hard to ac
Why Create What I Create?
I have always loved sculptures and things that made me want to touch them. When I first started painting I strictly created nonrepresentational art. 90% of art is absract because it is a distorted version of something realistic. In the beginning I looked for found objects to paint over to create the depth and texture I wanted. I used everything from burlap, sand, glass, metal and objects out of burnt down houses. I was painting with acrylic at the time and found it hard