The framed key is a piece I created for an art exhibition I organised. Originally I kept the piece because I loved the colours and the key, but now it also reminds me of how I achieved a bonkers plan to coordinate, fund and stage an entire art exhibition. Hidden depths and all that! Showing a level of skill I've since lost, the pencil drawing is one of my few traditional media pieces I am very proud of, copied broadly and very patiently from a Mucha print.
Much more trivial: The print about burning things that bore me is sort of a reminder to be organised, but mainly something which makes me smile. I'm not grown up, I'm just playing with more expensive toys these days ;)
The latest addition to the slowly growing gallery is a cross stitch kit I completed from Hope the Black Dog. We've developed a mildly comedic habit of following each other all over social media, but never quite managing to meet up (despite on one occasion, being in the same room for hours)
This is the only purposefully inspirational piece on the wall. I chose Just Do A Bit as a reminder that I don't have to try and do everything at once.
There you have it, what began as just things I liked, turned out to be things that also inspire me. What do you have around you because it inspires you?