According to Nobel-prize winner Patrick White,
Inspiration descends only in flashes, to clothe circumstances; it is not stored up in a barrel, like salt herrings, to be doled out.
Many members of Postmark’d Art seek those flashes to clothe a current need in their gardens. For example:
Karen Musgrave recently used alcohol inks on her mailbox topper. Karen said, “It provided double fun! Once in the making and a second time when the neighbors came to check it out.”
and a mounted piece of artand a 12″ x 12″ art quilt.Sara Kelly spent some time in Tacoma, Washington last winter and captured this image in a nearby garden.And here is the art quit it inspired.Franki Kohler says the ancient ginkgo is a constant source of fascination to her. The tree in her yard continues to fuel her art.
Lynn Chinnis loves to meander the many paths of her garden.
Where do you find inspiration?