I choose my culture and feel no attachment to the heritage of my home town. I am part of a great nation. I am Silver and Black.
inspired by David Turner
inspired by Paul Matosic
We think the rules we set ourselves internally define us, mostly moral linked but along with this and the myriad of small influences there is some indefinable spark in a person that sets them apart from everyone else.
inspired by Rate and Sete`
inspired by Lily Cheung
Quiet places, low horizons and big skies and a healthy dose of spiritual jazz.
inspired by Keith How
The Industrial Revolution
inspired by Ian James
Love makes me me.
inspired by Ella Riester
Family kindness minecraft and my little brother Joseph
inspired by Giorgi Olmo
I’m jewelry designer. I make jewelry at work. And I draw pictures as a hobby.
inspired by moma
inspired by Honest Art Critic
Music, love and affectionate relationships teach me a lot and inspire me to do something. Poetry and cinema also play a big role in finding me myself. Also, great artists that I have interacted with, the way they think has registered somewhere in mind. All this could be me as far as I am feeling at the moment.
inspired by Jayant B. Joshi
I feel related to the philosopher Santayana who said: “Why should things not be highly absurd, futile and impermanent? They are and so do we – and those things and we go very well together. ” George Santayana
inspired by Marike Vijftigschild
between my past and my future
inspired by Billy Bye
What makes me, me is those who shape me through words and memories.
inspired by Tom Hackett
Je suis stylist mais mon mati est peintre, sculpteur, ecrivan.
inspired by Mira Odalovic
Art, love and peace makes me.
inspired by Raashish India
What makes me, me? My need to stay individual and to create art. When I was 2, I declared I was going to be an artist and I have stayed true to this. I find it impossible to separate my need to create from who I am… even after a major illustration deadline I then pick up a pencil and draw for relaxation! I can’t even imagine who or what I’d be without my art – that’s what makes me, me!
inspired by Victoria Webster
Abuse survivor recovered addict grateful grateful grateful for the Light, Grace and inner strength that brought me to where I stand today. Stand up. Stand tall and straight. Feel the earth under your feet. No leaning.
inspired by Anonymous
inspired by Giorgio Olmo
inspired by Nikolai Bykov
inspired by Jarema Bak
inspired by Rishi Samthanam
My heritage and my friends. Being half Portuguese, half Cape Verdean and having lived for 20 years in the U.K, I feel a need to travel and explore my surroundings.
inspired by Vitor Azevedo
The history of all that I have experienced makes me who I am.
inspired by Felix Frixou
My DNA, my smile, my heart, my creative mind.
inspired by Randal Eldon Greene
I think it’s about the boundaries that surround us and how our response to those boundaries shape us a people; those boundaries can be cultural, mental, physical, implicit or explicit. Do we observe them, subvert, hide within, question, accept, remain oblivious or openly defy or just not see them. It’s what my art is also about!
inspired by Carla Sealey
Lovely music, beautiful Nature (Green fields and also gardens with flowers), convivial atmosphere with friends, a black cat.
inspired by François Dumonteil-Lagreze
What makes me/me? Well I’m like a big ball made of melancholic, artistic, political anger and frustration. And I’m trying to navigate this big ball of strangeness through this weird and trying life!!
inspired by underdog_artwork_76
After completion of their technological training the PANDAVAs and KAURAVAs were asked by their teacher DHRONACHARYA to aim and shoot a bird which was set by him as their target on a tree top. While the people were targeting DHRONACHARYA asked one by one what they are noticing….all, except ARJUNA answered that they are noticing the tree…leaves…flowers and the bird…only ARJUNA told he is noticing only the birds eye….(This is from MAHABHARATA…)…THIS SHEER ABILITY OF OBSERVING MADE ME WHAT I AM.
inspired by Partha Dasgupta
Trying to live in both simplicity and love. As a “wounded healer” to continue to be grateful for what is, and pay it forward. To be open to the questions, recognizing it is the journey that is important, and that we are more alike than different. (Maya Angelou). Grateful for all who have come into my life and those I may never know, however, continue to feed us with their own legacies and wisdom. Better to light a candle than curse the darkness. One day, one step, one breath at a time. Namaste.
inspired by Cathalene Silver