What makes art memorable

The first principle is that you must not fool yourself.

Life is difficult, Art is full of secret doors.

We also learned many lessons by failure.

Mathematics like magics, can make the invisible visible. Blink, and you miss it. Everyone makes mistakes. By being genuine, honest, and personable, your prospect not only thinks about needing your art.

He who doesn't work makes no mistakes, it was a mystery whose solution lay in ludicrous art

People value you for your usefulness, regardless of your worth. His entire conversation highlighted how much importance he placed on achievement.

Would you persuade, speak of interest, not of Reason.

Benjamin Franklin

It was a mystery whose solution lay in art and a mythology that nobody could understand, it contained speculations too remote from reality to be of interest to the reader. It's academic has earned the title of being irrelevant, out of touch with reality, and ivory tower in application. Need to move beyond single variant paradigm.

learning from the mistakes of others horrifyingly hilarious error

What was the dada art strategy to create unexpected artworks?

Crazy paintings however slight in both size and substance dream to transcend the borders of the gallery-wide effort to increase support for the arts and creativity.

Those who are turn out to be wrong will eventually correct the error, and we’ll just have to wait and see.

instinct art gene awkwardness

The first principle is that you must not fool yourself, and you are the easiest person to fool (Richard Feynman).

From birth, most of us have been trained to see our own “negative” emotions as bad, something to be eliminated or fixed. This creates deep anxiety and guilt in all of us. A gem cannot be polished without friction, nor a man perfected without trials.

are ghost real?

Ghostly art spririt. One lives only to make blunders?

It is too easy for us to become enamored with our hypotheses, a phenomenon that has been called confirmation bias.

Every artwork is a self-portrait

What is the secret to drawing? Every artwork is a self-portrait, I am an archaic-style portrait of Chingachgook. The job of the artist is always to deepen mystery.

Every artwork is a self-portrait

Where do we go from here? Needless to say, you probably can imagine on which side of the fence I sit when it comes to picturing your ideal life. No images are harder to see for what they are than great works that have been shrunk on to postcards.

What makes smiling art memorable?

When you look at good art, it (again) looks back at you.

Don't ask someone else tell you how to be a contemporary hermit crab without shell. Knowledge is power for hermit crabs, assiduity makes all things easy. The theoretical hermit crab keeps my muse active.

Once you can get an introvert to talk a bit more, you'll be rewarded because he's thoughtful and empathetic, usually.

Two years after publishing On the Origin of Species in 1859, Charles Darwin complained that one lives only to make blunders. And while working on The Grapes of Wrath (1939), John Steinbeck wrote, I am assailed by my own ignorance and inability, worrying that sometimes, I seem to do a good little piece of work, but when it is done it slides into mediocrity.

The nature of art remains invisible as the goose that lays the Golden Eggs.

confusing luck with skill

Confusing-luck-with-skill artists responsive to recent technical developments in an increasingly information-saturated global culture.

Separate the meaningful information from the random smoke that means nothing (but sfumato). The carpet of art must be really dome-shaped by the large number of awkward art works which have been brushed under it.

Mistakes are not a sign of failure, they picture creative energy. Mistakes are made by those who do new things.

art is not a mirror

Reasonable people are going to ask, Why did they do this? History will probably sometimes judge us negatively for the choices that we make, but these are complicated choices. It’s never perfect.

The main message that I want to convey with the museum is that it’s okay to share your inadequacies, your failures, your stupid questions, your unrefined ideas without being negatively judged. We need to accept failure.

mammalian anxiety

We need to test what we believe, not trust it. A lot of the risk is lifestyle. Not all but in most pictures it is lifestyle, not genetics.