Thursday May 08, 2003
“Fine art” is yet another unfortunate label of confusion. After all, what is so fine about it?
The answer lies in the art’s creation. Fine art comes into the world without a motive. It has no agenda except to be born. A piece of fine art adds to nature; this art doesn’t copy or rearrange existential matter. This is not a comparison; it is a distinction.
There is art and then there is advertising; the former is from the soul and the latter an invention. The two can coexist beautifully. Wouldn’t you want to know the difference? If yes, you must find out the distinction for your self and the right direction is labeled “feeling.”