9 Ways To Get Inspired To Paint

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  1. Make a note of your dreams

Most of the dreams we have we don’t remember when we wake up. The next time you wake up and can remember your dreams, make a note of them. Dreams have inspired many creative minds over the years.

  1. Explore where you live

You don’t have to travel far to get inspired. Go for a wander and explore the area where you live. You never know what inspirational sights and experience you can discover just minutes from home.

  1. Recycle discarded ideas

If you’re the type who writes everything down, keep doing it. Look through some of your old writing to see if there are any ideas that inspire you. Something you thought wasn’t good enough before might be just what you need to get inspired.

  1. Stay in good shape

Generally speaking, the healthier you are, the better your frame of mind should be. Getting inspired can be harder when you’re not in the best shape. Get active and you’ll stand a better chance of feeling inspired.

  1. Look at other artists’ work

One of the easiest ways to get inspired is to see what other people have created. Have a look online for works of art to inspire you, or better yet, visit a gallery. If other people have created these works of art, there’s no reason why you can’t do the same.

  1. Listen to music

Listening to music is great because it can clear your mind. It can also put you in the mood for working, no matter what type of music you to. To get you in the mood, listen to your favourite, create a playlist or even listen to music you’ve never heard before.

  1. Take a trip down memory lane

Everyone has lots of stories and every story can be a source of inspiration. Take a trip down memory lane and relive some of your favourite memories from your life so far. Get friends and families involved and share memories with them.

  1. Make time for your hobbies

Think of a hobby that’s got nothing to do with painting and make time for it. Focusing on something other than the task is a great way to recharge your creative batteries. You might even get some inspiration from practising your hobby as well.

  1. Have more conversations

People can be a great source of inspiration and so can conversations. Have a conversation with a friend or family member, or even strike up a conversation with someone you don’t know. You never know what you might end up talking about.

Joanne Perkins is a Berkshire-based artist with a BA (Hons) in Fine Art. She specialises in painting Berkshire landscapes and loves capturing the natural beauty of her local countryside. She is happy to accept all queries and questions. For more information about Joanne, her work and her current projects visit: http://joannesberkshirescenes.com/default.aspx Joanne can be found on Facebook

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