Art in south Africa IS THE power to change people…
so man y people can turn the world upside down in South Africa Creativity IS the only key south African ARTIST CAN HAVE to open doors of unemployment by selling their products around Tourist.
Hello World I’m Back again I don’t know if you ever heard of the proverb says “Speech is Silver, but silent is Golden” quoted by the famous artist ELIZABETH KNOWLES.
Well the meaning neither I’m still looking for it, whether it means we are very better off stay silent or being very loud.
The will to do the soul to dare is what most people do to risk for succession.
Our life is perfected by reaching each and every step we take to the top.
Just take a look at the very picture you have on your wall at your home can you tell what is the painting about many of us Had the pictures to decorate our homes well that is not bad. once wise word said I find when I look at them they remind me of my goals and encourage me when I feel like giving up.some of them just make me smile and keep on going. they add motivation and a positive feeling to my day.by Catherine Pulsifer
My name is Maseti this is my first blog-site and it is about Marketing project.
This blog is about my virtue to be a successful artist in the future mostly art is the skill I’m willing to equip after I finish Marketing course.
My goal in this project is to have full support on the background of marketing digital using blog-site.
My mission will require your very support on this blog site keep in mind that your likes, comments and follows will be the winning point in this blog-site.
in this site I will update the blog regular to attract more viewers as soon as possible videos and pictures will be updated regular to attract as many people as possible.
Poor visual prowess can easy lure the mind to look just in front of bright colors, Leave the true meaning behind the man-work unrelieved.The life made UP of mistakes is the truth told by my visual paintings hope get the message.
When an artist creates a visual work of art such as a painting, he or she is communicating with us just as surely as if she were talking to us. Her “words,” though, are not spoken things, but rather are color, line, shape, and texture. There are so very many things that go into making a visual art work what it is, and so very many different things an artist can say just by making the different combinations.
For example, what does red make us feel? What does grey? What does a bunch of sharp, jagged lines, as opposed to a series of gentle curves, make us feel, especially when they are drawn in forms we recognize such as sharp, jagged eyebrows or gently curving ones?
There are so many other ways, too, that an artist can “talk” to us. We are supposed to feel something when looking at a painting or other work of art: we are supposed to react to it, even if the painting makes us react with tears, anger, or discomfort. Paintings and works of art in general are meant to move us, especially in ways that words often can’t. When we search for the meaning of a painting, we shouldn’t be looking for some kind of abstract symbolic meaning or other intellectual idea. It may be there intellectually, or it may not. Either way, what really is there is feeling–that is what we should search for first in trying to figure out what a painting or photograph “means.”