An artists blog for creative inspiration.

Hi my name is Dina. Each week I review contemporary arts, crafts and home design, so

you can experience the pleasure of art and craft in your own home.

A peek at Australian contemporary art

A peek at Australian contemporary art

Australian contemporary art, even global contemporary art has never looked better. I am continually drawn its approach being about people surviving today’s economic environment. The young Millennials are fascinated by the almost pop-culture approach where money... read more
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Contemporary arts and crafts

 Contemporary artist Charming Baker 

Weekly posts and feature artists

Jewelry by Soowon-Joo

 

Modern home design and decor

Art at home by Phillpot Interiors

Random Saturday coffee chat

Screen print by street artists Miss Bugs

Artist products

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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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More creative design, modern homes and artist created decor.

The art of photographing homes

The art of photographing homes

The skill required to stylize and photograph home interiors is surprising difficult. Years of artistic endeavor eventually enable the amazing images we all enjoy looking into. They adorn the high quality magazines covers, architectural digests and the dizzy height of... 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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A peek at Australian contemporary art

Australian contemporary art, even global contemporary art has never looked better. I am continually drawn its approach being about people surviving today’s economic environment. The young Millennials are fascinated by the almost pop-culture approach where money... read more

Contemporary sculpture faces today’s struggles

Contemporary sculpture continues to evolve into breath-taking yet quirky works of the future. What makes them contemporary and quirky to the viewer is the nervous tension they generate. Possibly it’s a reaction to today’s hectic and urban monstrosity we... read more

Start collecting postcard art

A very cheap way to start collecting art is via books! I know its sacrilege to cut up a book but some are created to do exactly that. This $15.00 book from Society6 is a contemporary collection of popular artists on their catalogue. The book is made up of quality... read more

Urban art portrait getting very collectible

The urban art portrait genre is continuing to gather momentum in the galleries. With artists creating limited edition prints, they are selling out faster than you can click buy. Some of my favorite artists to watch have become very collectible and you need to sign-up... read more

Art becomes Halloween creations

Halloween is usually left to home pumpkin carving, children’s costumes and colorful tricks and treats. But Halloween gives artists an inspiration to get festive and exhibit their skills using their artistic mastery. All of a sudden costume, pumpkins and... read more