illusion of reality

Facts are the enemy of naive art.

Naive art believes anything.

New perspectives are important for quixotic reality drawing rules when a quick sketch is based on long experience.

The quixotic beast of art theories saw how silly it could be as one egg is like another. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.

Miguel de Cervantes, Lentamente muore, Facts are the enemy of truth

temnothorax ant postmodern style

The pushback isn't about what a quixotic aphorism explains the conundrum. We are taught to do what others are doing and try to succeed by out-competing, metaphoretically this is beating ones head against the wall instead of going through the not far away open door that no one is looking at.

Don Quijote or Don Quixote

To be a true quixotic artist, it must come naturally. You start to see luculent explanations that non artists don't see, mesmerizing or profound or time bending. Exceedingly idealistic is unrealistic.

Somewhere in la Mancha, in a studio whose name I do not care to remember, a gentleman lived not long ago, one of those who has a brush and ancient palette on a shelf and keeps a skinny easel and a greyhound for posing.

Miguel de Cervantes

gao style woman and fish

Curiosity, energy and novelty-seeking are not to be medicalized; in the right environment, these traits are not a disability, and can be a real asset.

illusion of high-minded point

One can dream.

The answer to the riddle, the explanation of the paradox, may lie in this picture.

Not an especially high-minded point on which to hinge such a venture.

This series is about standing back, about seeing the bigger picture. Art enables us to find ourselves.