My Inspiration Wall
In my old studio, which was a real garage, I taped clippings of images that inspired me right onto the inside of the garage door. That was just about all the wall space I had. When I opened the garage, the pictures would wave in the breeze and then settle back down against the door when it was closed.
My new studio has plenty of wall space for inspiration images. I don’t have an inspiration wall yet, but I will make one. Looking around through inspirations I’ve saved on my computer this morning, I made a virtual inspiration wall — one that I’d love to make in real life.
Many of these images are from famous artists, some from artists I’ve known and admired, some are photographs of graffiti and other interesting things, and some are my own images that are studies for future works or simply images of my own work that I like to look at for continuity with future work.
I’d love it if you would share a link showing your inspiration wall.
Note: This post was inspired by reading a beautiful blog lenorenevermore, which I encourage you to visit! Lenore showed this inspirtation board created by Melbourne-based interior designer and showroom owner Diane Bergeron.