Something philosophical about ART

So many people say, that they are not talented to do arts. But I think it’s like that:
10% it’s talent;
30% it’s studying of things, watching narrowly;
but 60% it’s practising!

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You have to paint your soul, your feelings, emotions, your life! You have to be one with your drawing. And in arts – There are no faults. So just try something new.

Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures. Henry Ward Beecher

In our changing world, in our so fast moving world, it’s hard to find a moment of silence to paint. But that’s a way to keep calm, to find to yourself.

So here are some principles to remember, which are important at least for me…

1. In each of us, there’s an artist, wanting to show us another side of the world, not through our eyes, but through our souls.

2. There are no faults. Every line we draw, or every dot we paint, is an interpretation of the world, like we look at things.

3. Try something new. YOLO!!! 😀

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