Wander: The Inspiration

February 27, 2015

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This week, I am beginning a new weekly blog post called Wander:The Inspiration. Generally, throughout the week I find all sorts of articles, videos, and creative inspiration that I share over on my personal facebook page for my friends to explore and for me to grow my creative practice as an artist. I hope you will enjoy and share with others and let me know if you find anything that you think would peak my interest.

This weeks inspiration include:

Victor Hugo Drawings (writers as artists)

A Poem by Jonathan Fields (creatives as poets)

Fractals in Nature (originally shared by my aunt: Sally Morrison – science, nature and photography)

Hogwarts built out of Legos (favorite books to the built environment)

Medium Forward with Kelly Corrigan (a writer interviews a writer)

Happy Friday everyone!

 

 





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