Art is Infinite in Relation to Environment

    Art is Infinite in Relation to Environment             Art is infinite in its relationship and influence to and of its environment. If we think of all life as a cube, art can live within any particle of the space inside of the cube. It can change the space, be changed by such space, … Continue reading Art is Infinite in Relation to Environment


Salvador Dali: A Self-Proclaimed Madman

  A Self-Proclaimed Madman: Dali             Freud’s psychoanalysis theory comes into play with artist, Salvador Dali, and Dali provides an immense amount of content to be interpreted and analyzed.[1] Salvador Dali’s art career began when he was 10 years old, when he started his first drawing lessons. It was through his early beginnings that he … Continue reading Salvador Dali: A Self-Proclaimed Madman

The Power of Art

The Social and Political Power of Art In the 1930’s art transformed powerfully on a large political scale. Some artists took on the bourgeois of empire and industry, some took on the social realities of the Great Depression, while others took on war. As some artists changed their focus on social politics, giants of governments … Continue reading The Power of Art

The Love of Art

The Love of Art             Art is impactful in such a way that a viewer can fall completely in love with an artist or work of art, if not many. A quote by Jeanette Winterson, in her essay titled “Art Objects”, resonated strongly with me. She states, “saw a painting that had more power to … Continue reading The Love of Art

Abstract Expressionism: 1940’s America

Abstract Expressionism: 1940’s America To art critic, Clement Greenberg, the most essential characteristic in judging art was form. Although his rival Harold Rosenberg argued that form was not the only aspect to view in art, Greenberg was still viewed as an important and noteworthy critic. American Abstract Expressionism left a lasting impression on many critics … Continue reading Abstract Expressionism: 1940’s America