Art of the ages...

Discussion in 'Art' started by Lozi, May 8, 2004.

  1. Lozi

    Lozi Senior Member

    oh beautiful art of the there any? is art culture-based, era-based or personalally-based? can one create a piece of art from words or nothing? where do the boundaries end?
  2. seahorse

    seahorse Senior Member

    grooooovy signature......:cool:
  3. thepixies

    thepixies Member

    i sure do agree i only wish i thought of it, or stole your thoughts

    hmmm that gave me an idea
  4. mm art is what you make it.. it can be Anything-based...cant it?

    i give away a little bit of my soul with everything i do...

    woah... does that mean i have none left?
  5. Lozi

    Lozi Senior Member

    mmm skittle rum rocks. rum burns alot. no jess, i'm sure ur rum ...i mean , soul is still there!
  6. spinelli

    spinelli Member

    I think art is created not from words, from feeling
    Through creating art, we express energy, we express what we do not release with words.
    I think the glory of art is that it cant be era or personality based. Its all falls into one category.
    Although it is a representation of a personality, era or culture its inspiration still comes from the one source.
  7. fi_J

    fi_J Member

    art is a product of the time, place and culture in which the artist lives, but it transcends those borders, even if the context and meaning change with every viewer.

    art lives on, sometimes long after the creator (and the environment in which they live) has dissappeared... so reflecting history, or some part of it, to viewers in new generations.

    i don't know if that answers any questions, but if it makes any sense at all, that's how i feel. ya know? (i might be able to explain it better after lunch, but i won't have time then!)
  8. You got it.. perfectly
  9. Lozi

    Lozi Senior Member

    yes, wow! perfectly explained.:)

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