It's usually just whatever comes to mind, and my mind can be a crazy place. Next time you meet a person for the first time see if you can be more aware of the subtle energy clues they are transmitting that will tell you more about them and your potential relationship with them. I love art on the walls of caves, houses, buildings, mountains. Well here you've approached two topics, if the artist died then there's going to be no more work from that artist which makes the pieces of art in circulation all the more valuable. Most people sadly do not tap into their creative side. I have been painting a lot of human figures which I slowly distort and abstract until they've gone from being something obviously human to something not quite so. Art can be anywhere and everywhere.
Oh yeah, picture framing can be creative and perfect for displaying art, pf course. Aesthetics is born as a discourse of the body. I wouldn't worry too much about that, If you know what you like and you like what you like then that's good enough. It doesn't necessarily have to have all of these qualities, but at the very least it has to keep you coming back for more. I love art that is temporary such as The Gates in New York City.
I use it to express feelings, emotions, thoughts, and whenever I feel like drawing some of my original characters from my many unfinished stories. That's interesting that you should mention enjoying things that are pleasing to the eye and original. For the purpose of this question I will assume you mean paintings and then my answer is no. The aesthetic concerns this most gross and palpable dimension of the human, which post- Cartesian philosophy in some curious lapse of attention, has somehow managed to overlook. The image shown here, entitled 'Metropolis' was painted in 1916-17 by Grosz and was one of the five paintings included in the 'Entartete Kunst' exhibition.
However this diagram and the concept behind it provides a further explanation of what is actually happening beyond the visible and physical range on an energetic level. Quilting, needlework, collage, metalwork, glasswork, music…. Prior to the opening of the official Nazi exhibition of 'Entartete Kunst' Degenerate Art in Munich in July of 1937, a total of 285 of Groz's works were collected from German Institutions. This is how children learn to make good decisions. When it is raining look at the bright dark green color, when its winter a green is more blue to me, in summer it is more red or yellow.
The distinction which the term 'aesthetic' initially enforces in the mid-eighteenth century is not one between 'art' and bite', but between the material and the immaterial: between things and thoughts, sensations and ideas, that which is bound up with our creaturely life as opposed to that which conducts some shadowy existence in the recesses of the mind. I know it sounds kind of crazy and not very much fun. It can however be said that these two areas usually, yet not necessarily , cater for different cultural needs. The arbiters are the museums, the museum curators, the people who spend their lives and their time actually being critical of what they see and judging what they see. Hmm well no, photography is an art, in capable hands.
A figure materializes out of collaged paper and acrylic paint in what appear to be both a fight against and return to the surrounding environment. Finally: Even today, there are individuals that would rather silence creativity and expression than allow freedom of speech and of the media to flourish. I don't know enough about art to really look at it as in-depth as you do, but a lot of my reason for liking things is down to how it looks. While art has become, in the experimental 20th and 21st centuries, impossible to define-- critics learned long ago to stop being prescriptive, perhaps a little too well-- Borges's tentative manifesto makes a good starting point-- as long as we don't succumb to mystical mush. After such an event, the dissociative state should lift. At the age 27 he was arrested for the first time for making fun of the army with his portfolio 'Gott mit uns' God with us and fined 5000 Reichmarks. How did she get to where she is today? Ultimately, these power struggles leave parents depleted, with little room left for the pleasures of parenthood.
The question of what art does and for whom is one that will be posed for time immemorial…I think in our period where many people are feeling this heightened urgency, the urgency of that time period will resonate. Please if you have any questions or concerns. I love pretty things, I love ugly things. I have struggled to maintain my four-year relationship because it's hard for me to feel love and affection. Traditional materials take inspiration from a digitalized world to comment upon a fragile and contradictory relationship to nature. Conservatives and traditionalists were shocked.
I don't know, I don't like all art. The people who talk about art will talk about composition, lighting, concepts, colour palette, understand or lack thereof of colour theory etc etc, so much to think about. Although I have done landscapes before. Just in case you can't tell from the picture, this is a photo of Tracey rubbing money against her vagina. Art is subjective and all that, but I was never able to understand that. So, as part of , we spoke to a few people to find out what it is really like to be permanently detached from reality.
As you hone your eye, you begin to distinguish between good and bad. Then that spirals into you feeling like nothing is, and like you're just a floating overly emotional string of thoughts, all alone in an odd reality. While some members of the community perceive this work as a rich source of cultural quotations and a component of a larger body of works which addressed bodily fluids such as blood, urine, semen as visual elements in artwork, others were outraged by the blasphemous reference created by such work. Trauma or bad drug experiences can trigger it, and it can last anything from a few hours to a number of years. At least that's my understanding of it. It just connects you with yourself. After a while, things will improve.
Grosz and 'Ecce Homo' were found guilty. I find them fascinating--though I admit I'm not a very religious guy. Van Gogh's pieces always seem more pleasing to me than other, similar works that came after. While I love abstract I never quite trust myself to make it quite right, I think I'm too structured and formulaic. Second, and this is the more important reason, working outside your comfort zone, even a little bit, is good for expanding your creativity. So no two of my paintings ever really look the same. Socialise with friends and try not to cut people off.