Posted by Mark Travers on
One could conclude that many people have to see a recognizable image in a print, painting or sculpture for it to be 'art' or for that 'art' to have meaning to them. Realistic art or representational art are the most frequently-sold genres of art today. For instance, a painting of a Paris street scene may evoke memories of a favorite trip. Or a photo of a red barn may trigger memories of youth. Or a silkscreened print of a dog, cat or other family pet may elicit warm feelings about home. If realism works for you, great. But consider this analogy to music: Some people...
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