According to Vygotsky, he believed that part of the creative process was being aware of one’s and other’s personal experience and how that makes a person feel. Then, when art captures that emotion it does not mean that emotion for the artist will automatically be experienced by all, but everyone internalizes it based on their own personal experiences, feelings and where they are from. Then externalization comes from taking an internalization and making sense of it by taking a look at feelings, thoughts, images, symbols, etc. as they come together to create something. An example I have to represent this is when I was in the process of trying to choreograph my first dance for my senior showcase piece.
I no longer wanted to imitate the one than to copy the other; nor, furthermore, was it my intention to attain the trivial goal of "art for art's sake". No! I simply wanted to draw forth, from a complete acquaintance with tradition, the reasoned and independent consciousness of my own individuality. To know in order to do, that was my idea. To be in a position to translate the customs, the ideas, the appearance of my time, according to my own estimation; to be not only a painter, but a man as well; in short, to create living art – this is my goal.
A painting consists of layers of paint but a photograph consists of layers of meaning. Meaning which is constructed by the photographer, but also the knowledge and history of the viewer. Both art and photographs are ways of portraying the world as the artist would like it to
A reader must be able to appreciate the author's use of words to describe this scenario in detail. This scene relates to artistic sense because he could have just described how Hari Lal arrived but he chose to explain in great detail the smells and scenes the protagonist is experiencing. The author is very creative when writing this as he starts with feelings and ends with the sense of
Graffiti is art because it is just one of many products of human creativeness and the imagination, it is a reflection of the artist’s passions, life experiences, and emotions, and lastly, graffiti is aesthetically pleasing. Imagination is defined as “a creative faculty of the mind or a vehicle of active
Each movement created paintings that got the viewer thinking, you the viewer had to decide what the artist was trying to portray. The artists used their imagination to create the finished piece, which for Suprematists seemed to be more about the shapes than the colour, but for me the Expressionists win out as their vast use of different shapes and colours draw the viewer in and makes you feel
Some people might wonder why this is a standard for a good writing. I believe that art (novel, movie, music, drawing, etc.) is completed when its artist and its audience work together to develop its meaning. Each individual relates to an artwork in unique ways and I believe through this process, the artwork comes alive. However, while there are artworks that are appropriate for this, some artworks are not.
The use of colour, theme, and shape are all entwined with each other in both paintings. A succesful revolutionary refines what has passed and uses it to his own advantage. Matisse uses legends to push his ideas to the front. His traditional twists and new ideas were not his only ways to change the art world, his certain sense of appliqué was just as influential. Matisse's constant style of applying paint
Art is the creative side of the mind releasing into a physical object that can inspire people and even its creator in ways that nothing else can. Therefore, creativity is to be used to fascinate others and bring others into the artist’s thoughts, patterns, and world. Alaina Fisher stands by this ideology by seeking to fulfill it within her works. Alaina Fisher seeks to bring fantasy into real life situations. Creativity is not something to be bottled up selfishly but to be expressed and shared with others.
Surrealism and op art forces someone to second guess what they see. I find this useful when I am designing or creating my own artwork. I want people’s eyes to linger on the art I make. I have an aesthetic that is similar to Steranko’s in that I am influenced by some of the same artwork he was influenced by. To make someone question what they are seeing, I think, is the purpose of art itself.