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Collection #6

glorious metalwork in Bruges, Belgium inspires ribbon doodles, an icon or personal symbol, an oxidized silver jewelry charm, a character in a cartoon

stained glass windows edge the Saint Bavo church in Haarlem, Netherlands, brings a funky color palette, abstract symbolism, patterns for quilting, doodles, the center of a mandala, an intertwined silver bracelet

the fall aster in our garden with leaves and flowers in the background, a palette of lavender, magenta, lime green and pale yellow

the stone edging embellishing a palace wall in Munich inspires an abstract painting

in the spectacular starburst ceiling of the Saint Bavo Church, Haarlem, The Netherlands, i see a mandala

 the urban graffiti art on a door in Amsterdam (clearly not in a legal zone), an art journal background, concept for an industrial font, a doorway sketch

Photographs can snag a composition in a store window, typography, a palette of colors in a garden, a juxtaposition of colors in a weathered sign, the colors of the sunset, little designs for doodles & embroidery.

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Reader Comments (3)

So true. Inspiration is everywhere. We just need to look.

11.6.2009 | Unregistered CommenterPatty

your post is such great reminder to open our eyes and really LOOK.

11.6.2009 | Unregistered Commenterdruga szesnascie

I saw this post this morning and didn't have time to comment. Now it's "tea time", and I've a few minutes to spare. Tammy, your photography is superb. You have such an eye for detail - it's delightful and inspiring. I LOVE any type of architectural detail and have tons of pictures in my files. Doesn't matter if the architecture is old/traditional or new/contemporary. I love it all.

Thanks for sharing your great pictures. All of these are just amazing. My fave int he group, believe it or not, is the graffiti door - so spontaneous and wonderful! Hugs, Terri xcoxo

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