Just as writers use words to express themselves, artists use their art to express their views on issues that touch them. If artists create a valuable piece of art, it is not easy to forget it even if you have viewed it once.
Art inspires people to achieve positive feelings and change. Art isn’t just something that hangs on the walls in museums and art galleries. It’s all around us.
Art can be viewed in different perspective, depending on a person’s interests and views. I, personally, see everything as art, or something that can at least become art. For me, a leaf,a flower, a phone or anything can become art. I believe that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. In such a way, art can be everything and everything is art, hence an ordinary day of your life can become walking in a terrific museum of art. Art creates beauty. We all know that determining beauty is a subjective depending on each individual. However, it is essential to remember that individuals generally have a biased view.
There are also divergent viewpoints: if anything can count as art, and anyone can make art, what does it mean to be an artist. Then art ceases to have a point. Curious and well known fact that some people like looking at some things, others like looking at others. All we know this.
For me, art is dedicated to beauty; it’s a way to let beauty into our world by means of the artist’s gifts and sensibilities.
Many artists now see their role as sounding the alarm, and have felt the need to alter the direction of their art. Such artists incarnate different ideals and a different philosophy of life.
Individuals perish, and with them their memories. Original oil painting retains the information even though the individual expires. Art provides humans with an evolutionary advantage to collectivize the memory of the past and enables us to plan for the future. In the process, art creates a window into the past. Language is communication in the present. Art is communication over time.
Art is created in a feedback environment, and ends up entirely outside the brain of its creator. The artist begins with a vague idea and hammers away until the idea begins to take some sort of finished form. The tools, techniques and materials all exert their influence. Education and training, personal feelings dictate what the artist can imagine. Society dictates what the artist can profitably present.