Every once in a while I get bummed that I don't have a true "studio space;" that all my supplies are jammed into a tiny closet and I don't have a cute place to display little pieces of art. But usually it passes and I realize it's a good exercise in not hoarding, and staying neat, and being content with what I have.
Also, just because I don't have a studio doesn't mean I can't have an inspiration board somewhere. And wouldn't you know it, I have a huge blank magnetic canvas right in the heart of my home... the refrigerator door.
I've been changing this up every other month or so, but I really love the current arrangement. The colors just came together perfectly and I prefer this kind of small grouping over filling up the entire space. It feels cleaner to me, and anything in the kitchen I can get to "feel" cleaner is a good thing.
From left to right: piece of mailart that I love from Robyn, postcard of the painting Mater Dolorosa and Man of Sorrows by Simon Marmion, from the Groeninge Museum in Bruges, print by Rosemary Travale, print by Essimar, vintage greeting card with St. Francis' prayer was thrifted, postcard of a painting by Martin Johnson Heade, and a little reminder to myself written on an old Paper Source label.