I have always felt art to be a gateway to a special place, somewhere, where I can be myself and express whatever emotions I am carrying. I think art mean more to me then I realize. I do not think I could see myself not doing it. I love the feeling you get when your pencil or brush hits the paper, or when you are creating something amazing in Photoshop. I love the feeling of satisfaction and love when u complete a composition and it look amazing, the feeling of being proud and confident of yourself for creating something special and unique. I have always known that I wanted to create and do something with art, I always find myself doodling or coming up with new ideas for different pieces. My friends always ask do you want to play sports and I would say sure, you play and I will draw you playing. I think that with art u need to keep an open mind and not be too precious of your work, because there is always room for improve and to expand on different ideas. You need to be open and willing when it comes to art, and I believe I have really improved in that part of it, not taking offence to something someone says and really expanding on what they have to say. Art to me is something tangible something that u can always go in and fix and play around with it, it should be something you enjoy doing three hundred and sixty five days of the year, and something you do not get sick of. For me it is a passion something to be proud of, art is creating new and interesting ideas and
My artwork is the expression of the song “leave the earth’s surface”. Though my art, I
encourage enhanced the awareness between the earth and the universe, conveying a
justification of our passion towards our future dream and freedom. Utilizing my own
voice, I intend to impact others (include teenager and adults) consider the troubles that
Heavily driven by my artistic intention to address the song throughout the creative
process, my piece is an indirect reflection of the song…
Personal Artist Statement
Something that inspires me to make art is how open it is, you can draw anything you want
to express. If you were only to draw certain things , I think it wouldn't be that fun and inspiring.
Sometimes I draw when I am bored and I also get inspired by music. Depending on the type
of music that I hear that's sometimes what I would interpret.Sometimes artist's artwork look so
amazing that it inspires me to try to do something like their artwork…
The Ramirez Family
A chance encounter, at a creek in Oaxaca, Mexico, evolved into a fourteen-year photographic study of one family’s slow steady evolution and ultimately has become a heart-felt example of their determination and success.
Images of the poor are not rare and there is nothing particularly remarkable about the Ramirez family except that ordinary life is stunning in itself and my pursuit is always to create intimate, emotional, provocative images…
The Scarlet Letter Soundtrack: Artist’s Statements
Selection One: All That I’ve Got – The Used:
This was a selection chosen for Dimmesdale, and I feel it accurate represents the original numbness that he felt, and finally, the explosion of his grief. It also talks, in parts, about how he’s “not lonely”, when he is, in fact, quite lonely. It’s a very nice picture of him having to keep away from Hester, but still remembering traces of her, these things he held in his mind but can no longer give into…
tools/techniques to push technical and artistic voice
Imaginative communication of selected theme
You are asked to craft an artist statement (no less than 00 words—no more than 150 words) wherein these concepts are addressed.
The title of your artwork should be the title of your artist statement.
So, consider the following questions as you develop your artist statement:
What is the content that my work addressed? How is it addressed?
How did the arbitrary idea of Graduate at Graduation affect…
GUIDELINES REVISED 03/12/2013
1. Artwork should relate to the prompt.
2. Visual art may either be two dimensional or three-dimensional.
3. Your name should be on the back or underside of the entry only.
4. The HERC Submission Form and the Artist Statement must be included with the art entry.
5. Chalk, pencil and pastels must be treated with a fixative to prevent smudging.
6. Artwork must be sturdy enough to be transported and displayed.…
Analysis of Sculptures from Various Artists
After the end of World War II, America and Britain were considered places of optimism, because the economy was booming and factories were producing exciting new products for consumers. Everything was improving, and the dark days of war was staying behind People were getting introduced to color T.V’s, fast food restaurants, and many day to day life improvements. There were a whole range of different products to brighten the lives of people. As there were…
Bailey Christman-Life is Like a Carnival Ride- Artist Statement
I spent my childhood growing up around my family business-Christman Amusements. My parents have ran this business for fifty years and my sister and I plan to eventually take it over. Being around amusement rides has influenced me to create a carousel horse out of stained glass. Art is important for me I can express me ideas and thoughts without words. I enjoy working with stained glass because it looks delicate yet sturdy. I choose…
of the progression of black art, as well as a display of creativity amongst the American art culture. There were a wide variety of artist displayed including Kehinde Wiley, Jean-Michel Basquiat, David Hammons and many other black artist. Although many of the pieces at the exhibit were not cohesive, the viewer is still able to notice the trend that the featured artist were innovative, and their pieces will truly speak to people.
One image that caught my attention immediately was Basketball and…
shift in mindset and philosophy. The Negro Artist and the Racial Mountain, a piece by Langston Hughes in 1926, deals with the complex mentality at the time. He gives the example an African American poet who essentially wants to be white. At this time, black people were becoming culturally aware of the meaning to be a Negro artist versus an artist. Within the black community at the time, black artists were looked down upon. The road for a black artist to be taken seriously at the time was very…