If you have been following my blog, by now you have realized that I get a lot of my inspiration from walking around outdoors. On a stunningly gorgeous day, it's the shit. However, I live in the Northeast, where we experience all 4 seasons, so somewhere around mid-November up until usually about April, outdoors is not fun.
I have to look for inspiration else where.
The following is list of some artists and creative people I find inspiring...
Linda Szabo is a photographer whose work I love. Her botanicals are gorgeous. I recently took one of her online workshops and it was worth every minute. You will probably start to see her inspiration in my work. Her website is www.lindaszabophotography.virb.com.
Mike Moats is another photographer I follow, admire and have learned from. He is an amazing macro photographer. I've taken one of his macro workshops as well. Visit his website at www.tinylandscapes.com.
I follow Andrew Scrivani on Instagram (@andrewscrivani). He is an amazing food photographer. Really creative.
I follow Cherie Bosela on Facebook. www.facebook.com/CherieBosela.MixedMediaArtist/ She is a fantastic mosaic artist. She combines photography and other mixed media items in her work.
Another great way to get inspiration is to follow a gallery. I recently started following a social media gallery (I'm not exactly sure what that is). Toxic Tins Gallery. There Facebook is www.facebook.com/toxictinsgallery/ They appear to be local to me and even organize photography meet-ups. I haven't been to one yet, but hopefully over the summer.
Pinterest is a great place for inspiration. I have several boards dedicated to art inspiration. If you want to follow my Pinterest Boards, try one of these..Crafty Things I Want To Try https://www.pinterest.com/jessicakman/crafty-things-i-want-to-try/ Art I Love https://www.pinterest.com/jessicakman/art-i-love/ Things From My Very Creative Friends https://www.pinterest.com/jessicakman/things-from-my-very-creative-friends/ and Cool Art https://www.pinterest.com/jessicamanelis/cool-art/