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I love art produced by young children. This might not be considered "art" by some but to me it is the most beautiful.
I love paintings, both oil paintings and watercolors. I can get lost for hours in the lines, textures, colors etc.
Sculpture, it has more than one angle to view. Also sculptures can be touched and some abstract sculptures seem to have the need to be touched.
I love to view all types of art, but I have a soft spot for Matisse, Cezanne, Toulouse Lautrec and Kandinsky. Actually… the list could go on and on.
I enjoy several kinds of art.
My favorites have been landscapes and spacescapes (like those of Chesley Bonestell, space artist of the 1950's). I also like fine art paintings that are like illustrations and tell a story. A friend of mine, Roy Kerswill, did western art which included homesteaders, pioneers and Native Americans in a rugged setting, typically around Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Beautiful art.
My own art is a feeble attempt compare to some of those masters, but enjoy viewing some of my own just the same.
I especially enjoy art that evokes strong and uplifting feelings, or elicits awe and mystery at some historical setting.
Mine would have to be digital painting/drawing. I'm always fascinated by concept art created for video games. The way that these artists can create an entirely original drawing, on their computer and make it look like a real painting, is inspiring to me. I also enjoy 3D rendered art as well, but since I can't draw terribly well, I'm more interested in viewing the two dimensional ones. Great question!
My favorite art to view would have to be sculpture or anything in the three dimensional field!
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