During the course, Color Theory, our class has learned about many aspects of the concept of identity in the creative process. Google defines identity as the fact of being who or what a person or thing is. There is also identity in the creative process. We look at art as being the image definition of an individual or society. There are two ways of thinking about the way you can make a decision. You can either make it consciously or unconsciously. Unconscious means the part of the mind that is inaccessible to the conscious mind but that affects behavior and emotions. Conscious means being aware of and responding to one's surroundings. Everyone in society either make conscious or unconscious decisions during the thinking process. Artists even make these decisions in their paintings. Self portraits are one of the many pieces artists use as a symbol of identity. The can be easily defining the image or the artist themselves. Two conclusions have seem to arise from this theory of self portraits being an identity: The process of creative self expression uniquely defines the “I” of the artist and in the most important aspects of the creative process, the “I” is not even involved.
One of the main questions a person can keep asking themselves is where do creative ideas come from? Ideas come from observation of nature, reflection of life, and experimentation of life. Our observation of nature must be diligent, our reflection profound, and our experiments exact. When we combine these three means and use intelligence and reasoning in different combination ideas come in our thoughts. Creativity is a mental process involving the generation of new ideas or concepts, or new associations of the knowledge processed in mind analyzing existing ideas or concepts. Sometimes most of ideas tend to come from someone else’s ideas. We use the opinions of our peers to contruct our final decision of our artwork. Creative ideas usually tend to come from either the conscious or...
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