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“I dream my painting and I paint my dream”― Vincent Willem van Gogh
What is an art?
Art is the most beautiful creation of man. Art does not have any one universal definition. It is the conscious creation of something beautiful or meaningful using skill and imagination.
In other words, it is subjective. It appeals to the senses and emotions of a person.
Art is one of the crucial and diverse range of human activities. There are many ways of expression of an art, music, drawing, dancing, film, sculpture, paintings, literature, photography and so on.
The one who does these is called an artist. Art can simplify the language of understanding.
Art is well explored and well identified in Aesthetic studies. Art changes according to time. An art is unique but dynamic. An artwork is judged by the impact that it has created on the people and how it has impressed and attracted.
Art is created with the arrangement of various things in the world, it can either be shapeless or shaped things.
If the public and audience are able to connect their feelings with the artwork, then the artist is highly successful and dignified. It is the talent of an artist.
“Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time.” - Thomas Merton.
Different types of art
There are three classical branches of art, painting, sculpture and architecture.
Art has various forms "Fine Arts", "Liberal Arts", "Visual Arts", "Decorative Arts", "Applied Arts", "Design", "Crafts", "Performing Arts".
Few elements plays an important role in an artwork, such as color, contour, dimension, medium, melody, space, texture, value, arrangement, balance, contrast, emphasis, harmony, proportion, proximity, and rhythm.
“Art is the lie that enables us to realize the truth.”
― Pablo Picasso
Fine arts: This include artwork that are created for primarily rather than for commercially. It's a work only for the purpose of delight and pleasure. The Fine arts mainly include drawing, painting, printmaking and sculpting.
Visual arts: This includes all the fine arts and the modern arts such as ceramics, drawing, painting, sculpting, photography and much more.
it is an expression of an artist who holds apparatuses including graphite pencils, pen, ink, wax shading, pencils, colored pencils, charcoal, chalk, pastels and much more relies upon its purpose and nature.
Literature arts: This form of art expresses the emotions of an artist through words and writings.This form of arts is informative yet imaginative.
The main form of literature arts includes Poetry, Fiction writing, Play-writing, Epic poetry and so on. Literature Arts is one of the most cherished forms of art by the audience.
Performance arts: It refers to all the performances that are performed publicly. Performing Arts includes drama, music, dance, theater and much more.
Performing Arts like dance generally uses sound (music), as well as body along with expression, resulting in a rhythmic enigma. Unlike the other forms of art, the artist in the performing Arts is generally known as the performer.
“Art is the most intense mode of individualism that the world has known,'' said, Oscar Wilde – the world’s greatest playwrights of all time.
Art is a perfect relaxation of life:
Art comforts man more than a human in several ways.
Art places in the form of music, poetry, dance, photography and many more. Not only the artist is delighted but the audience is delighted too.
A true art lover can even spend his whole life living with his art.
Art makes you feel the real you. It expresses the freedom through its various forms and kinds.
Art not only delights and pleases but also preserves the identity of many communities. Art is necessary to share the individual feelings to a large group of people.
Art develops and changes the life of an individual. It is one of the finest and safest modes of communication. A person can exist without art but not live without it.
“Painting is poetry that is seen rather than felt, and poetry is painting that is felt rather than seen.”
― Leonardo da Vinci