Can you reflect a scenario or a piece of art that makes this statement more clear?
"When the Artist is truly the Servant of the Work, the Work is Better than the Artist."
by Rai 18 7 years ago
What makes an art piece art?Who judges what makes an art piece a work of art? Is it the viewer, the artist, or another artist?
by Stclairjack 8 years ago
what makes some one an artist? wether in graphic arts, crafts, street performance, music,.. the genere are endless,... what makes some one an artist? as oposed to just another person with a particular skill set.
by Brandon Heath Tart 6 years ago
Classicism, neo-classicism, impressionism, surrealism or realism...where do you cast your lot?Images say a great deal, and as a visual artist, finding where the statement is made most effectively is very important to me to determine what my audience needs to achieve an "aesthetic...
by pjdscott 9 years ago
I'm a musician and know the power and value of music. I'm curious what people find emotional in music (and looking for trends for a paper I'm going to write).It's very simple - post the name of a piece of music that moves you to tears, causes a lump in your throat or affects you emotionally. For...
by p 22 months ago
A big piece of art never come from happiness..., am I wrong?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 5 years ago
discussion forums? Do the forums have THAT type of reputation?
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