Spring Inspiration

As I’m off work with a viral infection, I’ve taken the time to sit down and write, something I don’t usually get the time to do. In light of the current situation, with so much fear and uncertainty, I’ve taken the time to gather up some much needed Spring inspiration, in the form of painting, flowers, hot cross buns… basically a long list of all of my favourite things.

For me, there’s something really important, especially when I’m not feeling well, to keep my inspiration levels (as well as paracetamol) topped up. So here’s a few images which I hope will lighten your mood, so we all feel less alone. Each photo is a link which will take you to the site of Art UK, so you can find out a little more about the artist!

I’ve also included some of my favourite things to do whilst indoors, namely flower arranging and hot cross bun making. These images were take for my Orkney Cloth Company, journal, but I thought it would be great to share the Spring theme here too. Take a look at the full blog here.

Winifred Nicholson; Rene’s Room; Leeds Museums and Galleries;

Winifred Nicholson, Sea Treasures, 1952

Winifred Nicholson; Easter Monday; Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery;

Gwen John; Rue Terre Neuve, Meudon; Yale Center for British Art;

Mary Fedden; Pot of Shells 1971, Presented by Curwen Studio through the Institute of Contemporary Prints 1975

Mary Fedden; The Lamp 1972, Presented by Curwen Studio through the Institute of Contemporary Prints 1975

Mary Fedden; The Lamp; Guildford House Gallery

Thank you for reading!

India x