A year ago this wall in my kitchen had the yellow frame hanging with nothing. Just the frame, no glass, no chalkboard, nothing. It stayed that way for quite some time. I had a vision for the wall, but I wasn't quite sure how to make it happen. So, for pretty much a year I have been collecting prints and paintings from artists I admire (they aren't all displayed here, they will be on my other wall of art,
I'll show you that next November [wink]).
A week ago I hung the final print for this wall.
Also for the first time I hung artwork I created in my home.
It is complete, and I LOVE it.
I am calling it my inspiration wall (well one of them).
I spend about 70% of my day in my kitchen so it's fitting to have all this inspiring work hung there. It is also the first thing you see when you walk in the back door where most people enter our home. I think it's a good first impression.
From left to right:
joy print by katygirl designs for the joyful shop
family is everything print by pen & paint
tomorrow is fresh print by pen & paint
find things that inspire print by ello lovey
wine is bottled poetry painting by heart & hue
love block bubble wrapp'd
heart painting by heart & hue
love cards by katie daisy
vintage fabric mini garland by sand and starfish
love letters are cardboard letters I painted
you add beauty hand lettered artwork by sparrow nest script
we are family print by pam garrison
do small things great love print pen & paint
every season print by katygirl designs
"Art has the power to transform, to illuminate, to educate,
inspire and motivate."