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Saturday, April 6, 2013

Inspiring Art.


What Inspires An Artist?

Several paintings by Pamela Hunt Lee
Inspired by Lake Tahoe Rock Formations
Shown at Spirit Gallery in Truckee, CA

Inspiration comes from many many sources.  Walking through an art gallery, reading the lines in a poem, listening to music, taking a walk or a run or a ride or a row or a kayak.

Original Painting by Pamela Hunt Lee
Inspired by White Tank Granite Rock Formations in Joshua Tree National Park



 Now that's my type of inspiration.  The outdoor type.  

Aspen Colors
16 ,x 20
Original Painting by Pamela Hunt Lee
Inspired by Fall Leaves

We look at things every day, from the moment we get up in the morning until we put our head on the pillow at night.  Our surroundings are filled with dramatic landscapes, lakescapes, seascapes, clear blue or cloudy skies, colorful sunsets, boulders, pebbles, trees, sticks, leaves, dainty small to spectacularly large flowers.  There are unusual and amazing things to see and inspire, everywhere around us.


Barrels And Fenceposts
Original Painting by Pamela Hunt Lee
Inspired by Desert Cacti

It's the detail in nature that inspires my work, therefore I create a composition that provides the viewer an intimate moment with the subject.  I want you to see and ponder the detail as well.

Three Birds
36 x 36
Original Painting by Pamela Hunt Lee
Inspired by Bird of Paradise and Hibiscus Flowers

Continuous inspiration fuels my desire to spend time outdoors.

Slabs
48 x 48
Original Painting by Pamela Hunt Lee
Inspired by Lake Tahoe Rock Formations

So while there are many varied sources to inspire an artist, mine is nature.

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