This weeks sample of inspiration comes from @decoristofficial...
I love their room samples and they are such great inspiration for some of my color palettes. Do you turn to any specific resources when making decorating changes or decisions? I remember browsing all of the magazines at the bookstore looking for ideas. Now there are so many great options and resources totally dedicated to your decorating style available on line. They provide me with such great inspiration as I'm working on a new series.
Below is a sample of some of the recent pieces in the Early Spring series that have been inspired by these two rooms and many more similar in color.
I would love to hear from you about some of the great resources you use when it comes to decorating your home. Maybe I can use some of your examples as a starting point for a new color series.
This weeks color inspiration again comes from @elledecorationuk. They share these really great Vision Boards, all ready setup with wonderful color combinations. Be sure and check them out.
I love the soft spring colors in this grouping. It gives me so many great possibilities and directions for this weeks paintings. I have recently committed myself to completing a minimum of 10 new pieces each month. At first, this was a really big challenge and it seemed I may have taken on more than I could handle. I tend to work reasonably large and 10 pieces was something of a challenge to accomplish month after month.
Now, after seven months of this new process I find that this is a really beneficial part of my painting process. Painting in a series is no longer an unattainable goal. Exploring new palette combinations is an exciting process. New materials and techniques can be explored over a number of pieces, allowing for experimentation and giving myself the time to develop the expertise of the new technique.. I would honestly have to say that this self imposed challenge has turned into one of the best things I have done to move my art forward and I am Loving it.
Have you set your self a challenge that has become an integral part of your creative process? How did it effect your process? I would love to hear from you.
SANNA Fine Art