Monday, June 24, 2013

Painting and Life

Some reasons why paintings look similar to life.

  • If you want to be happy with drawing, draw for yourself. Then share your happiness with others.
  • You may want to sell it, but it is worth nothing unless you feel it is worthwhile.
  • Each brush stroke brings the painting closer to what it would become, and only the artist can guess.
  • Little mistakes are all forgotten. Unless you see the big picture, there's no hope. It's too complex if you only look at the details.
  • A copy is just a copy, not a painting. A painting is a painting only if it has its own story to tell.
  • A part of the beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder.


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