Welcome to Arts web show. Today I will tell you about Artwork inspiration and different types like Artwork Office, Home, Framed and Creative, etc.
The exploration of nature in art can take endless
“Nature, in the broadest sense, is equivalent to the natural world, physical universe, material world or material universe. “Nature” refers to the phenomena of the physical world, and also to life in general.”
That gives us a lot to work with! Nature is both all around us and deep within us. We are inseparable from nature
Our bodies, lives and minds depend on the air we breathe and the food we eat. The earth sustains our very life force. Without the earth – without nature – what would we be?
Artwork based on nature can take many forms and serve many purposes. Because “nature” is such an immense topic that encompasses so many things,
I can only provide a partial list of the various subtopics that may appear in nature-related artwork:
flowers, plants, trees, botany, animals, cells, anatomy, bodily systems, weather, geology, matter, energy, fossils, any of the natural sciences, water, fire, environment, conservation, natural history, processes, evolution, birth, growth, aging, decay, change.
And of course within each subtopic, there are further subtopics, and on and on.
So if you want to create a work of art based on the theme of “nature”, you’ve really got a whole
Below you can see one of my colored pencil drawings, Cosmic Frog, followed by a brief description of the way this drawing addresses the subject of nature. https://www.art-is-fun.com/nature-in-art
Inspirational artwork for office
Having an office that suits you is important it can inspire you to work harder or lift your spirits on a stressful day.
But how do you choose from amongst the hundreds of different decor options and dozens of “inspirational” posters available at the local office supply store?
The answer may be looking beyond those standard options. Expand your options and explore the creations of incredible people who have shaped the art world
Let your office tell a story about who you aspire to be like. Pick a decorative theme, a message, and keep it simple.
Here are 4 artists you might want to add to your office as role models and professional inspiration.
The High Powered Professional
Are you the kind of hyper-focused professional who loses sleep over an exciting project and is powered by frequent, high intensity deadlines?
Then the abstract art of Louise Fishman might be perfect for your office. Born in 1939, Fishman ran with the old boys club as one of the first female abstract expressionists.
Innovators with a no-nonsense attitude will feel at home with Fishman’s energetic, emphatic art.
Keeping It Simple
On the opposite end from our high powered professional, there are those women who function as the calm voice of reason in their workplace.
If you’re the peacekeeper with a zen balance, a Joan Miro painting may be the perfect thing to bring your office together.
Are you the person your office relies on for big, structural ideas?
Can you see the whole picture and all of its connections? Women who think in this sort of methodical way may feel at home with the work of Ethiopian artist Julie Mehretu.
Mehretu describes her art as architectural and you can clearly see the sweeping yet sturdy motions in her style.
You might even think you could build a house based on her paintings. That might not work but you can create an inspiring office space by including her work.
Inspirational artwork for home
I personally believe that each person will decorate in a way that works for him or her.
What works for one person may not suit the style for someone else. And that’s totally fine. Each person has a different taste, different personality, and a different sense of style.
The key is figuring out which style works the best for you and fits who you are, and the look and feel you’re trying to achieve for your home.
ARRANGE A LARGE ORIGINAL PAINTING, CANVAS, OR METAL PRINT BY ITSELF
When you purchase a large original painting or a canvas or metal print, sometimes these works can stand by themselves and easily be the centerpiece of the room.
In most instances, these works are already stretched over a wood frame (in the case of an original painting on canvas/linen or a canvas print), are already wired and ready to hang.
You can just choose an artwork that fits right in with your style and make it the focus of your room or select a painting that accents the design that you’ve already created in the room.
PURCHASE A FRAME THAT MATCHES THE STYLE OF YOUR LIVING SPACE
If you decide that you are the type of person who wants to buy drawings or paper prints, you might have to purchase a frame that properly accents both the painting and your living space.
And FYI, there are affordable ways to do this, and there are ways you can easily spend a ton of money. https://www.samanthakaplanart.com/blog/blog_posts/5-inspiring-ways-to-display-artwork-in-your-home
Inspirational artwork framed
Inspirational images can brighten your mood and give you a jolt of energy to tackle old goals.
Just looking at the inspirational sight of a stunning vista, vibrant mountaintop, cute animal or relevant proverb can help remind you of life’s beauty and treasures.
An inspirational mindset leads to positive thinking, which reduces stress and improves health.
Inspirational framed prints transform dull, neutral spaces into tiny havens of motivation.
Creative artwork inspiration
In a creative field like design, we face an undeniable truth:
our wells of inspiration are bound to run dry from time to time. In those periods of imaginative downtime, we seek out sources that can help us return the creative flow to our working process,
and get us “back in the game.” But when we need a quick recharge, where do we turn?
Many of us have our favorite “go-to” places when we are victim to creative drought, though perhaps with a little help, our routinely chosen paths could change.
In a creative field like design, we face an undeniable truth:
Our wells of inspiration are bound to run dry from time to time.
In those periods of imaginative downtime, we seek out sources that can help us return the creative flow to our working process, and get us “back in the game.”
But when we need a quick recharge, where do we turn?
Many of us have our favorite “go-to” places when we are victim to creative drought, though perhaps with a little help, our routinely chosen paths could change. Art inspirations can help.
Although they are so different in their purpose, art and design have such a close relationship; extensive discussions, over the years, have tried to figure out what separates these two imaginative fields. https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2010/11/art-inspiration-for-the-weekend/