Looking for some creative inspiration?

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

so you can find your own creative inspiration in the studio or at home.

Faceless portraits put you in the picture

Faceless portraits put you in the picture

A different take on portraits - is one of being faceless. It offers viewers an opportunity to create their own version of the image, to position themselves within the portrait or to think back to hazy memories. What ever their purpose, faceless portraits enable...

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Dress artistry

Dress artistry

Whether it's fabric art, wearable art or high-end fashion ... dress artistry presents a wonderful opportunity to connect the human form with creative sculptural forms. Blending one of the oldest forms of function for human purpose - clothing, with one of the oldest...

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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

Browse, Craft 'n' Chat

Screen print by street artists Miss Bugs

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

“Women are looking for alternate ways to express themselves and satisfy their creative needs but often don’t know where to begin. In starting this blog I wanted to capture what feeds me as an artist and hopes it inspires you to give it a go!”  Dina Goebel 2007

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My ball joint dolls are breeding

My ball joint dolls are breeding

Your dolls are breeding was a term a friend used, obsessive collecting is probably a more realistic statement! Since accidentally acquiring my first ball joint doll 18 months ago I remain incredibly enamored and passionately engaged with dolls as my creative outlet....

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Faceless portraits put you in the picture

Faceless portraits put you in the picture

A different take on portraits - is one of being faceless. It offers viewers an opportunity to create their own version of the image, to position themselves within the portrait or to think back to hazy memories. What ever their purpose, faceless portraits enable...

read more
Dress artistry

Dress artistry

Whether it's fabric art, wearable art or high-end fashion ... dress artistry presents a wonderful opportunity to connect the human form with creative sculptural forms. Blending one of the oldest forms of function for human purpose - clothing, with one of the oldest...

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Bending art, glass, science, nature and metal

Bending art, glass, science, nature and metal

When artists have a passion, they can bend, blend, blow and weld anything together. Combining techniques with lifelong vision, artists can reach into science and convert it into amazing art with sheer imagination and dedication to extraordinary craftsmanship. Kiva...

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Today’s snapshot of unique craftsmanship

Today’s snapshot of unique craftsmanship

As per my usual weekend of browsing all things creative .. this post captures some of the wonderfully unique craftsmanship around us in the arts world today. Enjoy!                                 Always the artist...

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Saturday morning browsing all things creative and relaxing

Saturday morning browsing all things creative and relaxing

Weekends are such a beautiful time for me to browse all things creative and relaxing. With a clear head, no purpose in mind, I just meander the www and collect wonderful creative images that inspire me. Looking at today's collection tells me I am enjoying all things...

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My ball joint dolls are breeding

My ball joint dolls are breeding

Your dolls are breeding was a term a friend used, obsessive collecting is probably a more realistic statement! Since accidentally acquiring my first ball joint doll 18 months ago I remain incredibly enamored and passionately engaged with dolls as my creative outlet....

read more
Creating miniature Victorian lights for ball joint dolls

Creating miniature Victorian lights for ball joint dolls

My home decor passions include chairs and lighting, so I decided to try creating lights for my ball joint doll collection. What I discovered was that I could create unique, miniature Victorian lampshades suitable for 1:4 scale dolls and used many of the craftsman...

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Printing my own fabric for ball joint dolls

Printing my own fabric for ball joint dolls

My latest creative pleasure has been printing my own fabric to create ball joint doll clothing and furniture. I discovered silk of various types which can work on my inkjet printer as it has the right type of 'dye' to create beautiful water-proof patterns. Artist gone...

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