Do artists use ice blue?

Do artists use ice blue?

This morning I had a flash of creative inspiration to research what exciting art and sculpture was out there under the title ‘ice blue’. Well nada, zilch .. that’s exaggerating but was near reality. Sure I stumbled across icebergs and ice paintings,... read more
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Saturday morning and browsing brooches

Saturday morning and browsing brooches

Not that I’m  fan of wearing brooches however this modern art collection is beautiful. I am entirely attracted to these modern art brooches, they are mini sculptures created with delicate patience by jewelry artists.   Marilyn Druin   Linda Kindler...
Inspired and uninspired by bridal art

Inspired and uninspired by bridal art

I was amazed by the beautiful painted brides of Kosovo. Then suddenly I was inspired by global bridal art and was swept away by the dazzle of colour, culture, craftsmanship and creative pride for celebration. Not that bridal wear is traditionally called an art, it...

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Coffee table artistry

Coffee table artistry

You usually don’t associate coffee tables with art however these furniture makers are clearly artisans. I love artistic furniture. It takes a daring home to invest in such signature pieces and it is rarely acknowledged as art. When creating my own bedheads some... read more



Creative inspiration

That Creative Feeling is an artists blog for creative inspiration by Australian sculpture Dina Goebel.

In starting this blog I wanted to capture what feeds me as an artist and hopes it inspires you to give it a go!

About Dina

“Women are looking for alternate ways to express themselves and satisfy their creative needs but often don’t know where to begin.”

Dina Goebel 2007

This is exactly what motivates me … helping others feel inspired about art and craft in their home.

Most of the public have no confidence to even begin being an artist! This blog, established in 2012, aims to enable women to experience the joy of creative inspiration in their own homes by role modelling the artistic possibilities within everyone’s reach.

Generally my work has been nature based, my creative inspiration comes as a suburban householder concerned about our natural environment.

For 7 years I did work full time as an artist and will return to the studio after my corporate career. In the meantime my artistic expression has never left me, be it in this blog, renovating my home or creating and exploring my own artistic style. That is because,

I AM ALWAYS THE ARTIST, Dina

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The ‘Wave’ is loved by the minimalist as it offers clean lines with a strong personal statement. This scene captures a sparkling ocean blue wave which is cast in clear resin panels. The design represents a peaking wave ready to crash onto a sandy...

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Fish art and tugboats – a beautiful creative fascination

Fish and tugboats don’t typically come to mind when thinking of unique art. Bu there is collection of beautiful sculptures and prints worthy of collecting.   Keng Lye Ken Lye breathes life into these fish simply by layering paint and resin. This artist... read more

Do artists use ice blue?

This morning I had a flash of creative inspiration to research what exciting art and sculpture was out there under the title ‘ice blue’. Well nada, zilch .. that’s exaggerating but was near reality. Sure I stumbled across icebergs and ice paintings,... read more

Contemporary ethereal art

Ethereal art and contemporary art don’t usually go hand-in-hand. However some artists find a delicate balance between today’s urban contemporary art and the esoteric / ethereal netherlands.   Kelli Bickman Kelli’s wonderful, intricate paintings and... read more

Creative moon art

Being a blood moon the other night I decided to explore moon art. What I discovered is there is not a lot about moon art, actually what was available was generally boring and rather esoteric in intent. Whilst the moon is so delightfully beautiful to gaze at, I... read more

A surreal land far away

There is something about surreal artists which create a fantasy land far away. The land only seen in your dreams. Disparate, floating, surreal, disconnected and a mash of objects and events which dreams inevitably are. I find few artists have the courage to paint... read more

Painting by thread alone

I do enjoy making tactile fabric and thread sculptures. They seem such a logical extension of womanhood, motherhood and home making. Previously I have covered several thread artists on several posts. I am continually drawn to thread paintings and sculpture as it draws... read more