I think the most important way to judge any art is by your reaction to it. What emotions does it bring out in you? Does it remind you of something? Does it represent its subject well? Is your interpretation different from the person next to you? The greatest pieces of art are the ones that force you to pause as you walk by them to get a second look. Personally, I also judge art based on the level of physical work that goes into it. The more work, the more likely I am to give it a chance. But that is a personal bias more than anything else.
by Reve 7 years ago
What is abstract art??I am not sure about this sort of art style. I am just curious about this.
by pettidee456 8 years ago
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by Cindy Lawson 7 years ago
Do you think modern/abstract art is created by those with no real artistic talent?I am referring to all those brightly coloured blocks and squares, or distortions of figures, not to mention such oddities as sheep preserved in formaldehyde etc. To me if it doesn't look like what it represents or at...
by heart4theword 5 years ago
Abstract Art, how many like it?I wonder if there are any of you who like abstract art? Is it something you would purchase? If so, what room...would you put it in? I had an art teacher once say....."the most popular art people buy, is something they can put up on the walls in...
by inspiremyart 10 years ago
What Is An Artist?What Is An Artist? Read my Column forst and tell me what you think.
by victoria 7 years ago
Are you an artist if you don't sell your work?
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