How To Be Taken Seriously As An Artist

How To Be Taken Seriously As An Artist

Posted by on Jan 9, 2016 in Art, Art Advices |

It has never exactly been easy to be an artist. Whatever form of art is it that you take pleasure in creating, you have definitely experienced how difficult it is to be taken seriously as an artist. Since this is one of the most important questions that bothers artists across space and time, I have decided to dedicate this article to this very important topic and show you how you can be taken seriously as an artist.

Different Forms Of Art
As it has been previously mentioned there are different forms of art, (photorealism, photography, painting, sculpture and many more) and not all them are taken equally seriously. Especially when it comes to something which is different and new, such as a new form of art that hasn’t existed before, people have prejudice and difficulties to accept it. In the end, you should not rely on other people to get the encouragement you need to make art, on the contrary, you should learn how to make different forms of art despite such people.Fragments-Detail-Motion-Forms-Paper-Art-by-Richard-Sweeney

Artist Are Unique People When it comes to artists, people usually don’t take artists seriously because they believe artists are unusual and whatever is unusual is not easily understood and therefore people make wrong assessments and wrong judgments. Needless to say, or artists are unique people who have a lot of creativity which is deeply set within their beings, and they have the need to express it through art. If you want to be taken seriously as an artist, you should not try to escape the stigma that you are different and that you are unique because you are an artist. In fact, you should be proud of the fact that you are belonging to a group of people who are incredibly talented, creative, and subsequently unique and different.

Trust Yourself
As it has been previously mentioned, if you want to become a successful parole-abusate-artistaartist you must learn how to trust yourself and how to motivate yourself. Remember, and make it your mantra if you have, but you don’t need other people to believe in your art, you are your main supporter. Trust yourself, guide yourself, and trust your art because it will lead you to the place that you are supposed to reach with your art. Even if you face rejection, make sure that you can handle it with dignity and do not lose faith in your own work and art.

Don’t Let Others Label You If an art critic labels your work as one thing or the other, do not make the mistake of identifying yourself and your life’s work with the label others have given you. If you want to become a successful artist you must learn how to be independent from other people’s opinions, and how and not to take them seriously or let them influence your personality, your art and your life’s work.

Art Is About Expression
If you have something that you need to express, the best way to do it is through art. Art is all about expression it’s about sharing your views, your emotions, and your opinions with the world. If you want to be a successful artist, make sure that you all the use art when you have something to express. If you don’t have anything you want to put out, your art will not have the significance and be motion that art is supposed to have.

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5 Things Every Beginner Painter Must Know

5 Things Every Beginner Painter Must Know

Posted by on Dec 23, 2015 in Art, Painters |

Even though some artists believe they don’t need any help or tips, just like with many other things: if you want to progress you will have to learn and grow. This too can be applied to art. Especially if you’re a beginner painter, there are certain things that you should know and learn before you start developing as an artist. Here are five very useful pieces of information that will come in handy to you if you’re an aspiring painter.

1. Learn As Much As You Can As someone who has once aspired to be a painter themselves, and now is a successful artist, I can definitely tell you that learning as much as you can and whenever you can, will have a positive effect on your art. In addition to that, there is no restriction to what you should learn. There are numerous things to learn as a beginner painter: from the technique you will use, to the materials you will use, as well as how to interact with people and how to make important people notice your art. All of these things require you to be able to learn and to be willing to learn.

2. Give It All You’ve Got
If you want to become a successful painter you have to remember to give it all you’ve got. In other words, I would advise you to put in all your effort, all your enthusiasm, and everything you have to say into this piece of art. Dedicate your time to developing it, because good things that can happen to you over night, and do not come to you without a sacrifice. If you want to create a quality piece of for it you will have to put in effort into making it. This is precisely why you have to be present when you’re making a piece of for art and give your best when creating it.painting-process

3. Express Yourself
Art exists for a purpose, and that purpose is to express yourself as an artist, create a piece of art that will carry your expression, your thoughts and your emotion, to the person who is viewing you are piece of art. If you want to be a successful painter someday, make sure that you know how to express yourself. I would also like to encourage you to experiment with different forms of expression, because it’s only in this way that you will find the form of expression that resonates with you.

6980831-mood-paint-brush4. Don’t Get Discouraged
It happens very often that people are there to judge your art do not think the world of it. Perhaps, they are even unable to see the things you have meant for them to see. Sometimes the criticism can be really harsh and difficult to handle. It’s important to remember that each artist goes through a phase where they even start questioning themselves whether their art is relevant, or important, or beautiful. Make sure that you don’t get discouraged, especially if it’s an opinion of just one person.

5. Connect With People If you want to be a successful painter, make sure that you meet a lot of people who are either painters or working with painters, or are they are working in art galleries, or they are art critics. Be as it may, it’s really important that you make the right connections and connect with right people if you want your art to be noticed.

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5 Greatest Artists (Painters) Of All Time

5 Greatest Artists (Painters) Of All Time

Posted by on Dec 12, 2015 in Art, Painters |

If you are a new at art, you should definitely take some time to learn about the most important artists that have left a great legacy to whole humanity. There are of course, various forms of art, and subsequently there are various artists. Nonetheless, today we will mention five most influential in the greatest painters of all time that have left a mark on history, and that have influenced art as well as people who are viewing it.

1. Leonardo Da Vinci
You have probably heard about Leonardo da Vinci. Leonardo da Vinci was a famous Renaissance painter, but he was also a scientist and an inventor. His famous work include: the Mona Lisa and the Last Supper. Leonardo da Vinci was an incredibly talented man who is interested in various things, and was a true representation of the Renaissance humanist ideal. He’s genius could not be constrained in just one form of art, and his creativity surpassed various disciplines both artistic and scientific. Still, he is renowned primarily as a painter.the-last-supper-37487

2. Michelangelo Michelangelo was in fact a contemporary of Leonardo da Vinci, and yet another famous Italian sculptor and painter. In addition to that Michelangelo was also a successful architect, a poet and an engineer. Michelangelo too is one of the contenders for the title of the archetypical Renaissance man. When it comes to his best-known works, those are certainly sculptures the Pieta and David, as well as the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in Rome. Even during his lifetime he was often called Il Divino, which means the Divine One – a nickname he received from his contemporaries who admired his artistic qualities.

La-Reve-Pablo-Picasso-Record-Price-155M3. Pablo Picasso
Pablo Picasso is considered to be not only one of the most influential artists of the 20th century, but also the co-founder of an important artistic movement called Cubist. Moreover, he was also a Spanish painter, sculptor, stage designer and playwright, poet, ceramicist and printmaker. In addition to that, Pablo Picasso also explored variety of styles in order to express his creativity. His most famous works are Guernica and Les Demoiselles d’Avignon.

4. Claude Monet
The French impressionist is mostly remembered for his paintings. The entire impressionist movement was named after the title of his painting Impression, soleillevant. He firmly believed that that one should express his own perceptions before nature, which is the philosophy of the entire movement. Monet was a prolific painter, whose lifelong ambition was to document the French countryside and its changing of light and passing of seasons.

5. Vincent Van Gogh
Vincent Van Gogh is yet another famous painter whose work had an imageimmense influence on 20th-century art. Van Gogh belongs to a post-impressionist painting movement, and his paintings usually portray landscapes and portraits as well as self-portraits. In fact, Van Gogh did not even paint until his late 20s, and some of his best works were products of the last two years of his life. In a little over a decade he managed to produce more than 2000 artworks which include his oil paintings, watercolours, drawings, prints and sketches.

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