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Old 08-30-2006, 02:11 AM
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Re: Abstract Art vs Realism

Perhaps I should add, that art is a visual language, therefore the more languages we understand the more we are put into a position to develop our own unique language. That’s why retrospectives are so interesting. It seems like it takes most artists 20-25 years to learn to speak in their own voice, up to that point it is exploring the arts through others languages who have gone before. Few artists have ever been prodigy’s who popped out Year Two with anything interesting to say, also one must live long enough to have something interesting to say and have developed the tools and nuances to say it when the time comes.
Through time, studying and doing we learn to speak the visual language with finite articulation and eloquence.
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