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Deborah Boschert's Contribution: When Blue Blooms, 10x10

Deborah's Journal: Fiberart For A Cause Contribution

Mark Hearld.


Piet Mondrian, Fattoria a Duivendrecht, 1907

John Norton

The art of Jason Norton : The Youngest Witch (working title)

American ceramic artist and painter Toshiko Takaezu: "You are not an artist simply because you paint or sculpt or make pots that cannot be used. An artist is a poet in his or her own medium. And when an artist produces a good piece, that work has mystery, an unsaid quality; it is alive."

Mixed Media (Polymer Clay/mica/chipboard) Journal Cover made by Gabrielle Pollacco ~ Click Photo for Video tutorial on creating with Polymer clay & Mica powders

Such a Pretty Mess: Mixed Media Dusty Attic Journal Cover!

Beautiful owl made with polymer clay on journal cover. I wish I could make this for my next altered book project...

Laurie Mika-Object of Devotion

self portrait no12 © Katy Keuter 2014

art journal cover

julien malland

How to Love an Artist.

How to Love an Artist.

British artist Annie Morris in her studio

How I discovered my super powers. Excellent essay y Keri smith

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    Trina Leigh

    I wish that Pinterest offered an "Absolutely Love This" button...because liking this pin is just not enough!

Marc Chagall. Campo de Marte, 1955. Óleo sobre lienzo. Museo Folkwang, Essen. - the encyclopedia of painting - the encyclopedia of painting

Marc Chagall- my favorite EVER

Rainn Wilson on Overcoming Creative Blocks | Brain Pickings

5 Timeless Books of Insight on Fear and the Creative Process

Odilon Redon ~ The Dream

~ Tim Burton + Johnny Depp = One Happy Lady | Visual Journal by rightside ~

Design*Sponge Tour of Bakeri in Greenpoint (Photos by Max Tielman)


At Work: "There are no rules. That is how art is born, how breakthroughs happen. Go against the rules or ignore the rules. That is what invention is about." - Helen Frankenthaler (American abstract expressionist painter) pictured in her studio, 1960s (www.theartstory.o...)

"Just do your work. And if the world needs your work it will come and get you. And if it doesn't, do your work anyway. You can have fantasies about having control over the world, but I know I can barely control my kitchen sink. That is the grace I'm given. Because when one can control things, one is limited to one's own vision." — Kiki Smith

Let go by Jessica Swift