Slow art, slow life

Good art has a slow pace of life.

How are art and culture interrelated? Whenever you are in doubt, your mind will develop reasons for not painting.

slow life, slow art

Our happiest drawings are mixed with sadness, but slow art make us all happy anyway. Puzzling pictures have fun, often are a bit unconventional.

What leaves a silver trail on carpet? Slow art enjoys a place in your current culture. Beauty is incapable of being defined scientifically as anarchy always takes over.

Jasper Johns, what I appreciate the most about slow painting is its visual economy in art. It's very unlikely. I find this issue to be extremely troubling, without colorful images.

Your computer screen tricks you into thinking that it is as personal as some handcrafted drawings.

A smiling painting is visual happiness without convictions about identity.

Slow art, slow life

Paintings must let themselves be happier. Even flimsy drawings open the way to interesting things because they dont want to be idiotic at all.

The focus of slow living is all about allowing more moments of joy into your life

Slow art, better life

Procrastination pictures are notoriously bad at getting things done on time. Arguing about wet beauty is as futile as discussing dry philosophy. Faster is not necessarily better.

Procrastination is the universe's way of saying stop, time runs too fast, slow down.

Ellen DeGeneres, An interest in slow painting.

Slow art, better life

Focusing on the positive side of things will give you more energy to live artsy.

Symbol for everything is temporary

Symbol for everything is temporary. Very often, the creative thinking of artists takes precedence over sanity. The power of simplicity is a myth.

The book takes all the pieces of the puzzle of cool artworks, and arrives at its own conclusion: Find the cosmic in the commonplace because time flies.

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Images of shades of life for the deep psychological need they fill, willing to capture the sense of a fleeting moment in time. Thank you for a bit of good news. I needed that.