What Makes Art Art I believe Art is something that can not truly be defined. Art might be thought of as just a simple picture to hang on the wall. However, Art can be many different things and mean many different things to one. My personal definition of Art would be anything created by someone. Art can include a huge variety of different things. Art can be paintings, sculptures, photographs, drawings, illustrations, architecture, furniture, music, poetry. I also feel that choreography could be considered an art form. One of my favorite types of Art is crafts. Not everyone might see crafting as Art but it is something created by a person. I love crafting because it is a form of Art that any age can do from a baby to an elderly person who might not be in their best state. Crafting could include clothing design, shoe design, crocheting and knitting, among others. There are even things we use every day that we would not think of as Art that often started out as Art. Like silver ware or an office machine, most things start out on paper. Art is something that can be interpreted in so many different ways and as you can see there are so many different things that can be thought of as Art. The way art looks, feels, and the ideas it brings to mind all three go together. rt can be a very therapeutic way to deal with emotions people may not be able to express any other way. I think any work that touches us on an emotional level – brings us joy or anger, tears or laughter – is art. Whenever I find a piece of art interesting all three of the factors usually come into play. Those three qualities are crucial for me. Obviously if you can not see the art how are you going to know how it makes you feel, if you it does not bring anything to your mind then how do you know how it makes you feel. What is in the art, the content, is what it all goes back to and what everything is based on. Artists can take anything and put their own twist on it and call it Art. When it comes down
Art 1030: Art Appreciation
Instructor: Steve Bishop Essay One
Josalyn Cook 1/26/2011
What Makes Art Art?
Art is an object or piece of work that brings one pleasure. Art is also something you see or feel and you cannot even begin to describe the ways you like it or how it makes you feel. Art is something that portrays beauty and happiness. Art lets you see the world through another person’s perspective. Most art seems to tell a story about where a person has been and the things….
What Makes Art Art?
When thinking about the question of this essay it makes you think what does make art art. Art is defined as works produced with both skill and imagination to create a painting or sculpture. With that said, I consider art to be in many forms It can be made out of food, chalk, paint money and many others. Many famous pieces are made from these items your child’s mother’s day card or Jillian Beever famous for his 3-D pieces made out of chalk. So you see art can be made….
Art is any form of self-expression. Art is something that is created that entertains, inspires, educates or makes a person feel something good, bad or unexplainable. Art is whatever the artist does or makes in which they deem to be art whether it is of value or not. There is a wide variety of art, some that people wouldn’t imagine as art, but a true artist sees art in every creation.
Art is everywhere and in everything I see. Art is not just a painting, poem, drawing or a ballet. When I think….
What Makes Art Art?
What makes Art Art? Can Art be defined? An artist can create anything and put their mark on it and deem it as art. I believe art to be a sculpture, painting, or any piece of creative work that brings enjoyment to the artist and an appreciation from the beholder. Art allows you to view the world through someone else’s eyes and obtain their perspective on the subject at hand. Art is everywhere around us. It is expressed in many forms and fashions. From railroad car….
of the art image- What makes art therapy unique?
Although visual expression has been used for healing throughout history, art therapy did not emerge as a distinct profession until the 1940s. Given its short history, “art therapy” exists as a term that describes a collection of diverse practices held together by a belief in the healing value of art making. (American Art Therapy Association [AATA], 2010) Though art making itself is inheritably therapeutic, it is the creation of an art object….
I have always been captivated by the concepts and theories of what makes art “beautiful.” Since I am an artist myself, I had wanted to improve by finding what “beauty” is to everyone. As I learned in Theory of Knowledge (ToK) class, art, like history, is subjective to the individual, but one cannot deny there are some objective truths to the facts that compose the art world. My curiosity to define “beauty” in art and the components that constitute a “beautiful” artwork led to my previous….
What is art? It is not an easy question for me to answer. When I was a child, I always thought that "ART" is something really amazing, outstanding, unique, and hard to create. With a child's mind, art is a definition comes from outer space and artist is an alien, art does not exist in my normal life. However, time flies, when I grow up day by day, I saw many beautiful things which can be called "ART". It is not necessary pictures, sculptures, or artworks created by famous artists performed in the….
What is art?
What is art? This is a question that if you ask one hundred people you would get one hundred different answers. Art to some is scribbles or junk to another. I find that I enjoy paintings that are realistic. I do not like paintings that are unrealistic in that subjects are too large or small for their surroundings. One of my favorite paintings is “The betrothal of the Arnolfini” is realistic and shows the love between a husband and a wife, or a man and a woman who are ready to vow….
The "What is Art” Question
First, In order to qualify as art, the thing we call "ART" must employ the “creative process"! The” creative process" must be involved in the production of art!
The “creative process" is what I call a "leap of the Imagination". This idea may best be illustrated by Picasso's "Bull" below.
This is a readymade by Pablo Picasso. It is literally a bicycle seat and bicycle handlebars. Picasso "saw" what would happen when he put these to objects together….
Art is an expression of oneself. It’s not just the sculptures or paintings in museums. It can be anything anyone uses to express themselves. It can be writings, architecture, landscaping, and even cave drawings. Cave drawings may have started out as a way to communicate but have become what many consider art now. Though the definition of what constitutes art has been disputed for many years, one thing remains certain, each person has their own idea of what constitutes art and how it registers….