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116-The Language of Art

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Annette Coleman

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For tonight's show we will use artist quotes to jump into what is the Language of Art and how do we craft an individual vocbulary that speaks to our creative vission.

Join us live to practice your language, this is your time to talk about your work in your athentic voice. Craft your words as well as your vission.

Here's a few artists and how they talk about their work or art:

“One day I’m satisfied and the next day everything seems bad.” (Monet)

“As artists, we do much better trying to keep things simple. We do better to compare ourselves solely to ourselves. Self-inventory is useful, while self-condemnation is not.” (Matthew Dibble)

“The results is what counts.” (Monet)

“These are not paintings in the usual sense; they are life and death merging in a fearful union.” (Clyfford Still)

“An artist must be rooted in his own time.” (Courbet)

"The job of the artist is to always deepen the mystery." (Francis Bacon)

"What a genius, that Picasso. It's a pity he can't paint." (Marc Chagall)

“To grow in art you need to be a rugged individualist who pilots your own spaceship.” (Robert Genn)

"Art is a lifetime matter.” (Edgar Payne)

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