Museums and libraries, for sure. We'd be lost without them.
God the Father, Jesus Christ His Son, the Holy Spirit, the Bible plus my family. I read at least 5 books a week. I love learning and reading new things from other creative minds.
Music: jazz, classical, and indigenous folk. Reading. Good films.
Native American, Nature based
All, I am using Renaissance, Baroque, or Maya.
Primarily none. The only sphere is the Unique Self with the phenomenal Universe as a mirror for countless forms of thought and imagination.
absolutely inspried by all types of different Cultures...i was born in a foreign country of my parent's origin and i was lucky enough to attent an International school from the very beginning.....so i was exposed to so many different cultures at a very young age....
There isnt today any particular aesthetic or specific culture , and therefore it varies everytime - a multiplicity of diferent styles , trends , locals and traditions from east to the west and north to south .
not easy to skip over the centuries, and something new upgrade for the Moment. Maybe nothing.
poetry, like Tennyson.
this is a really tough question,as it varies so much.
I would say nature and my Jewish religion are the two things that lend themselves to my art the most.
I don't draw from cultural sources as much as a draw from artistic movements over the past several hundred years.
None in particular, I find that the more I think I know, the more I find out about what I don't know. Every culture has something of value for me to learn.
I draw sources from different cultures.
Social activity and day to day interaction with friends, family and customers inspire me. My spirituality also makes me who I am as an artist.