But that's only my view, I asked 2 artists about their view, 'What is inspiration for them'.
Thanks alot for explaining the word inspiration! But now we have to jump to our actual topic, the inner artist.
We know now how to find inspiration. But how can we find our inner Artist? There are 10 tips to find your inner artist:
Find your inner Artist Tip #1:
Not everyone is a painter or a Picasso, but everyone is an artist. Visual arts are just one facet of artistic expression. Some people find their outlet in music, writing, dance, photography, cooking, sewing, styling hair, doing makeup…there are limitless ways to create. Try all of them you can think of, and then come back to what was most fun.
Find your inner Artist Tip #2:
Cut yourself some slack, and give yourself the permission to be crazy. No one has to see your creations but you, so if you want to paint a picture of a giant worm in a Corvette or write a poem about tofu, do it! Learn to take risks, and let yourself color outside the lines.
Find your inner Artist Tip #3:
Crank up the music. Music is art, and filling your ear holes with your favorite sounds, whether they are techno beats or classic symphonies, will lift your spirit and maybe even set you on a course of creative production.
Find your inner Artist Tip #4:
You don’t need to spend money on a lot of equipment or tools to get creative. Buy a big box of crayons and a coloring book, or better yet, a blank drawing pad. This will set you back all of five bucks; think about how happy your five year-old self would have been with this new treat. Sit down once a day and see what transpires, even if you are just coloring Sponge Bob bright blue.
Find your inner Artist Tip #5:
Get into nature. Go to the beach, the forest, the mountains or the park for inspiration. You don’t have to hike with an easel, just soak in the peace and tranquility that comes with fresh air and green spaces. Let the beauty flow through you, and bring those memories to the forefront of your brain the next time you sit down to create.
Find your inner Artist Tip #6:
What did you love to do as a child? Did you spend hours drawing insects, or planning your party outfits, or playing in the dirt? Give it another try. If you lose complete track of time, you are onto something and you may have found your passion. Go with it.
Find your inner Artist Tip #7:
Surround yourself with artists, creative types whose goals in life are not bigger cars and houses, but rather to express themselves and to add beauty to the world. Their unique perspectives on life and art will rub off on you.
Find your inner Artist Tip #8:
Look for inspiration. Go to museums of all varieties, street festivals and art walks; stop to watch that painted street performer or the old guy sculpting a sandcastle. Art is everywhere, you just have to open your eyes sometimes to see it.
Find your inner Artist Tip #9:
Grab your camera and get your photo on. Taking pictures is an easy way to put your frame on the world, and you probably already have the equipment you need. Use your photos to inspire oems, paintings, or a crazy crayon drawing.
Find your inner Artist Tip #10:
Have fun! Contrary to popular belief, art does not have to be a serious endeavor. Learn to laugh at yourself and your efforts when your masterpiece comes out more like a mud flap. No matter what, enjoy the creative journey and you will always win.