By the time the painter gets done, somebody at the other end will begin scraping the red off because the public decided the traditional look was better.
- What I love about a painting like this is the intentionality; the story; the thought that it provokes. These are the things that really stand out in a piece. You don't need to hear 'lovely' or 'very nice'. One needs to hear what the piece did to or for them - that's what is important. What the piece means to the artist can be very different than what it means to the viewer. Perception is everything!
Everyone has a different way of 'looking' at life, and artists are vessels that provide this opportunity - to interpret things that otherwise viewers (or other artists) would have never experienced without it. Love, Tony
I am not great at anything - I am in a transition
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