Inspiration Corner: New York City: Part 2

Thought a lot of the images I took at the Museum of Modern Art deserved there own blog entry! So here they are. Although most are detail shots, thought these paintings could inspire colorways, compositions and creativity in the Lady BIM studio! Look out for my interview and studio visit with the artist and writer, Christina Schmitt, later this week. 

Detail of 'Agapanthus' by Claude Monet from 1914 

Detail of 'Agapanthus' by Claude Monet from 1914 

Detail of a beautiful Morandi entitled 'Still Life,' from 1916 

Detail of a beautiful Morandi entitled 'Still Life,' from 1916 

Blanket ideas? Picasso's 'Three Musicians,' from 1921 

Blanket ideas? Picasso's 'Three Musicians,' from 1921 

lovely lovely detail of Sonia Delaunay-Terk's 'Portuguese Market,' from 1915 

lovely lovely detail of Sonia Delaunay-Terk's 'Portuguese Market,' from 1915 

another detail of Sonia Delaunay-Terk's 'Portuguese Market,' from 1915

another detail of Sonia Delaunay-Terk's 'Portuguese Market,' from 1915

Detail of a graphic Joan Miro painting 

Detail of a graphic Joan Miro painting 

Detail of an amazing piece by Wassily Kandinsky commissioned in 1914 

Detail of an amazing piece by Wassily Kandinsky commissioned in 1914 

Another detail of an amazing commissioned work by Wassily Kandinsky from 1914 

Another detail of an amazing commissioned work by Wassily Kandinsky from 1914 

lots to be inspired by in this painting by Kupka from 1910 

lots to be inspired by in this painting by Kupka from 1910 

Think this was a detail of an older piece by Paul Gauguin 

Think this was a detail of an older piece by Paul Gauguin 

yes, this would be half of Van Gogh's, 'Portrait of Joseph Roulin,' from 1889 ...the patterns! 

yes, this would be half of Van Gogh's, 'Portrait of Joseph Roulin,' from 1889 ...the patterns! 

And this stunning wall sculpture by Lee Bontecou from 1959 / I love seeing canvas and textiles used in unconventional ways 

And this stunning wall sculpture by Lee Bontecou from 1959 / I love seeing canvas and textiles used in unconventional ways 

And speaking of textiles, this would be part of Sam Gilliam's huge draped canvas piece from 1969 called '10/27/69' 

And speaking of textiles, this would be part of Sam Gilliam's huge draped canvas piece from 1969 called '10/27/69' 

and a nice reminder of the seasons in flux 

and a nice reminder of the seasons in flux