A new weekly feature on my blog every Sunday (see the links for Week 1 here). Inspiration awaits. Get comfortable and get clicking.
I can never get enough shots of the inside of artists' studios. I find them compelling and inspiring. Kirby Kendrick recently reposted an earlier post that shows images of the studios of such artists as Andy Warhol, Henri Matisse, Francis Bacon, and herself.
What could be better than a link to more links? Every Friday on her blog Writing Without Paper, Maureen Doallas features a post called All Art Friday, which includes a list of links to...well all-things-art! Check it out weekly here.
It is always hard to find a technique or approach that seems truly unique. I came across these drawings/collages on Quinn McDonald's blog that use letters and words as part of the actual drawing. I keep looking at the work and am fascinated by the effect.
Vickie Martin shares a list of 15 books for artists that are divided into the categories of Reference, History and Fun. Many (actually most) are new to me and may be new to you as well.
Pamela Gerard has a fun post on her blog Cappuccino and Art Journal all about stamps -- of the rubber and the postage variety. And she even mentions the amazing Ink Pad in NYC where, speaking of stamps, I took the following picture: