The artist is a receptacle for emotions that come from all over the place: from the sky, from the earth, from a scrap of paper, from a passing shape, from a spider’s web. -Pablo Picasso 

Art is one of the defining characteristics of us humans. It’s in our genes. It is there in all of us in some form. And that is why we all stop to enjoy and interpret art whenever we get a chance. But for many, merely commenting about a great work of art just isn’t enough. Inspired by works of the masters, they create their own art.

Today in the era of the internet and instant posting, commenting, and feedback, it is important if not critical for the creator to have caution when viewing art online. It is much to quick and easy to become influenced by what appears to be popular. 

Creating art or better put, creating inspiring art is not about what is popular. This may be the biggest mistake artists and creator make. Believing the way to success is through popularity. This may very well be completely opposite of what is true.

Inspired art is not what inspires others. It is not what is popular. It is not trendy, modern, or even socially acceptable. It is inspired. It is not of time or space. Of course it exist so technically is it exists in both time and space, yet is doesn’t. It is beyond both yet part of