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When it comes to Art works, there are different forms such as Panel, Mural, Miniature, Easel, Manuscript, Illumination, Scroll, Screen, Fan, Panorama and other Modern Forms.
Which Form in Art do you like most?
Anything painted in art is what appeals to me the most. I made quite a decent collection of painted arts both ones that are obscene in nature, as long as they are well artistic in nature and command a sense of maturity, then I'm most likely to purchase it.
I bought that painting around the sum of $55.
That's such a beautiful piece of art. I also feel like I gravitate more towards painted art. Whenever I travel somewhere new I try and pick up a painting to add to our collection, we like displaying them on the walls of our house to remind us of all the places we've been!
That's a lovely painting. What medium is it? I have two paintings, acrylic on canvas. I paid $10 each. Well, the painting could have cost me more than $100, however, I bought the painting directly from the artist who was trying to raise funds for the flood victims.
The painting was hand painted on cloth before its fixed up on portrait. I didn't have the opportunity to deal directly with the painter, I had to buy it from open art show room and I believe that it's the reason it was quite expensive.
I meant to ask whether it is oil, water, or acrylic paint. Is the artist well know? The painting I have are from the well-known artist in the country. I wish I could share the paintings here, but I have never photographed my paintings. The artist has a studio in the country as well as abroad (India and France)
From what I was told, the painting was done by one of Nike Davis - Okunade apprentice. She was one of the best artists we have over here and from the art painting, it's not far from being the truth. The painting was an oil painting.
I am also curious about the medium used in this painting. I easily get confused about acrylic and oil paintings. For water color painting, not so, because it is more lighter and the finish is different from oil and acrylic. I love paintings and there are lots of very talented artists here in our country.
The basic difference between an oil painting and acrylic painting is former has a smooth surface whereas the later looks rough on the surface.
Oil paints have more pigments, therefore, oil paintings look more colorful. Acrylic paints dry faster compared to oil paintings.
It reminds me of a movie. I don't know what movie. But I'm sure I've seen some that have people collecting precious art for their own collection. It's wonderful that you're supporting artists and appreciating their work.
I love looking at paintings too, although I haven't purchased any yet because although I want to support the artists whose works I like, especially the younger, unknown ones, I don't really have much to spare for those purchases.
I can totally relate. It's not for everyone. I think people with extra money can buy such paintings. Though, if it's not too expensive, we might sometimes be able to buy what we like.
Yeah, I think if I have money to spare, I would definitely spend a bit just to support the local artists.
Me too. I know that most of them don't put a heavy price tag on their art works. They just want people to afford it while profiting from it.
Wow, that's gorgeous, nice painting, I can see the colors vividly and for $30 that's a bargain. I like how the headgear was drawn and painted, it's colorful but not overly colorful, it's just perfect.
I agree. It's really a bargain for such quality. The great thing about art is that most paintings are done well. The ones we come to appreciate the most.
One of my favorite spots for inexpensive but great paintings are night markets. I've traveled to a few different spots globally and night markets always seem to have diverse but reasonably priced paintings.
It's my another favorite. I also adore how people can make those awesome paintings. Like I can't even draw anything. I also love how artists can embed deep meanings in paintings. Really cool. Wish I also have the gift of producing awesome artworks.
Oh my! What a lovely painting!
~ Where did you get it?
~ Did you attend an art show?
~ Were you at an estate sale?
~ Did you purchase online?
I would love to know who the artist is.
Before I get off track, my response to this question: My favorite art form is painting. It could oil. It could be watercolors. Just painting in general.
But I also like mosaics and sculptures.
According to Wikipedia:
"Mosaics have a long history, starting in Mesopotamia in the 3rd millennium BC. ...Mosaic art flourished in the Byzantine Empire from the 6th to the 15th centuries; ..."
Since I am not an artist, I would say if I were picking an art form that I could do, it would be mosaics. I think I could easily take bits and pieces of small items and form a nice picture.
I like art painting too! It makes me happy. It can also makes me think. You imagine so many things. Many things will come to your mind. It can also produce emotion. If it is beautiful, you will feel wonderful.
I also like mural painting. In our city, there is a mural painting in the public cemetery. Its a nice art work by veteran mural painting artists.
I agree with you. I think there are digital arts already. But the old kinds or forms of arts are still alive and worth doing.
Martinsx1 - Is this painting going to go in a private art collection OR do you plan to resell at a later date for a higher price? I mean … is this something you do for personal pleasure or is it a business endeavor? Just curious.
This is so beautiful. I am actually not a person who goes to art shows and buy whatever piece that catches my attention. But, if I see a beautiful piece of art, I stop and marvel about it.
You know what I've really been into lately? Macrame! I love the detailed wall hangings that people make, and I want to try and give it a go myself to see if I can make one. I'm sure I won't be an expert on the first try but it's worth a shot!
Wow, that looks very interesting. I think I have seen something like that before but not this up close. It really looks good but one problem it might pose to its owner is how to deal with getting dust on it. You certainly cannot wash it otherwise it's going to squeeze up and look awful. If it had been a more darker color, it would be better with taking care of dust on it.
Haha yes, that's a good point - I never thought about it from a dust or cleaning perspective! I guess if you got a feather duster or some light microfiber material duster it would work!
I didn't even know this was a thing I would like, so thank you for introducing me to macrame. I would really want to have one of these hanging on the walls of my home rather than the usual paintings and photos and the like.
Yes! It makes for a unique addition to walls - I like having things apart from just paintings and photos as well, to give my walls some more depth and dimension!
Looks pretty and elegant, and I think it's also a lucky charm and will attract positive energy inside your house. Is that not needed the frame before hang it up to the wall?
I've also read that some artworks bring bad luck. So it can work on both ends. Some can give good luck and others the opposite. How weird yet amazing.
There's a Native american Indian art that I really like, and it's also almost similar to that design, and this is the Dream catcher, it has string, feathers and beads, and from the words dream catcher, you will catch a good dream.
Wow! That sounds pretty. I've also watched movies and TV shows about dream catchers. You may want to try searching "crying boy painting" in Google. That's the artwork that's cursed. It's kind of creepy.
I never watch the dream catcher series, but this art from native indian, the dream catcher also has a very high value in the market, specially if it's coming from their tribe or their original made.
Yeah, I heard that crying boy painting before but never know the whole story, and all I know they can't burn this painting, don't know everything about the curse.
Well, I just read about it again. It's not certain on how cursed it is. But it may have something to do with its components. There may be some sort of fire retardant on the painting.
Other than that, you'll just have to read more. It's not a closed case on whether it's paranormal.
So, the painting is still in good condition? This kind of story makes the painting expensive, because there're a lot of people wants to see this and have this. I wonder how much this painting right now. I will search it later and read it. thanks for the info.
Me too it gets my attention already and why not to try this. Its very beautiful. Its reminds me of calmness, relaxing, summer season I guess. I love the detailed on how they worked on the yarn, the colour they used also very suiting to my eyes. Yes Im saying it again its really beautiful. Nice work though. I really love it!
Oh my goodness! You've reminded of a friend that I have lost touch with and have not spoken to for almost 30 years. She is the only … THE ONLY … person that I know who did macrame. I remember some of the pieces she created. I was so impressed. It is an art form that requires not only skill but patience. However, as is displayed by the image you shared, the end product is worth the effort. She could have sold her pieces but she only made them for her home.
I like Panorama the most because it's big and catches the whole background, it's a 360 degree wide angle scene and that makes an awesome painting. One thing I like about it is the complexity of the background in which you could see even the smallest subtleties and expressions in the background.
The only panorama I've seen is pictures in cameras. I was also amazed when I used this feature to capture photographs. It added depth to what was already a great picture.
I also like Panorama. I mean, when I saw something like that, I was amazed by how does a camera does that. I am so ignorant before that's why it happened. But seriously, panorama is good.
I also love Panorama. It's like capturing the whole place/subject without limitations. It really makes an awesome artwork. May it be an image or painting.
Who doesn't love Panorama? Panorama is so addictive especially if you're the one who takes the pictures. It's just so awesome to be able to take a wide scope without the need of adjusting where you are.
Panorama is great too. I like to see the wide view of an image. The landscape makes me feel like you can enter the painting and turn it into a real world. You are able to see every detail of the image. It seems like it's difficult to create but seeing a sample of Panorama makes me interested in this kind of art.
I like paintings. It really take skills in order to finish a masterpiece. It is one of the most appealing form of art for me. It conveys a lot about the piece and the person who make them. It is somewhat timeless and paint is always one of the most in demand mediums out there in the market.
You are very correct my friend with that assertion. It takes a lot great skills and expertise for one to finish up an artistic painting. Starting the painting work is easier compared to its finishing up touches. At such time, just one simple mistake would ruin the entire job, thereby forcing you to start the job all over again.
That's the amazing thing about it. Every touch leads to the final output. And mistakes cannot be made. So I am in awe of those who can master such a fine art form.
That's right. Aside from normal images of paintings, There're always story behind that paintings and the only person can explain it is the artist, and sad to say, sometimes we just recognize the artist's works when they already dead, and value of their paintings will suddenly increase.
You are very correct my friend. Every painter have a story behind all their paintings, they don't literally don't paint for fancy sake, there is always something behind it. I have seen some paintings that portrays heartbreak, suffering, love and pains.
I feel you. The emotions are depicted with such depth and clarity. Some paintings have been known to make people cry. The connection to these art are personal and compelling.
Yeah, you're right. For normal viewers, it's looks like a simple paintings, its just part of the collection and just need to hung up to the wall. But if you going to take a deep look, and analyze the details you will seek for the explanation, like what happens to Monalisa.
Yes, that's right. The Mona Lisa has such deep meaning and symbolism. I find it inspiring to know that we get to see them in our lifetime. Not everyone is so fortunate to glimpse such fine art.
And the controversy about this art makes the people really interested to see this, and I think it's not appropriate to scam the people who travel very far to see the fake painting in Paris, because people says the original one is in safe place and the one for public viewing is fake.
It's probably true. I mean, who would risk it in a public place? I understand their concerns. But I would like to see it as well. I hope they show it at least once a year.
Honestly, I really understand why they're doing that. A million dollars painting for public viewing, and with just a simple mistakes from people the history will be gone.
It's sad that it has to be that way. People should also celebrated while they're alive. There's no feeling like being appreciated for something you worked hard for.
And the funny thing is, People who explaining about the art specially paintings are giving a lot of explanation and different sides of story about the paintings to make it more expensive, they creating a lot of story for publicity, well because it's too late, the artist is already dead.
Yes, that's true. Now we'll never the true story. At least, we can't verify what's being told to us. This is why people should recognize more painters while they still live. That way they can get to know these people and ask them interesting questions about their work.
Well the sad story is, the society recognize them now for being crazy, because they are still alive, some artists specially the painters are just a normal person, not wearing any fancy clothes or dress to kill.
I know what you mean. But there's still hope. People are gradually recognizing the works of artists. Time will come when they'll get the recognition they deserve.
But it's too late. The artists can't appreciate that recognition, well maybe the relatives. This the reason why artist specially the painters has deep mindset when they doing their arts. and people needs years to go dive to their mindset to appreciate the arts.
There's still time for current artists. They're alive. Oh, well we don't have control over other people's actions.
Let's just be positive and show our support in whatever ways we can.
That's true. Paintings reveal a lot about the painter and his world. It shows so much within the imagery. They contain hidden truths about life itself.
It will probably remain that way. Paintings draw people's attention. They grab you from the first look and manage to mesmerize anyone who likes what they see. Many of us are visual learners.
You're right, and all we can do is just appreciate their works, and the secrets will remain secrets. But we never learn actually. Until now, people don't appreciate the artist who selling their paintings in the streets.
I'm also interested about their secrets. Though, it's funny that secrets are more interesting when you don't know the truth. Sometimes the truth is not as interesting as you'd hope it would be.
That's right, I just wonder, what if, the artist really don't have any explanation about their arts. Like the Monaliza, what if it's just simple painting for them, and these people just trying to make this story to sell in higher price, maybe the artists are laughing out loud right now and thinking why these people making up that kind of story, It's just a simple girl.
I like the mural paintings. I like how the artist make the artwork on the ceiling or wall, everyone will notice that, and it doesn't need the exhibit to advertise or to know how really great the artist.
Mural paintings are also great. I also find Graffiti art amazing. Though other people think it is vandalism or some form of rebellion, I think that there is more into it. There are lots of beautiful graffiti arts around and the way they express one's feeling is really raw and attractive for my taste.
I love graffiti art too - back in my home city it's actually quite popular and the work a lot of these artists do is incredible. I don't think it's vandalism at all when it's done well...what I do hate though is when true vandals come and graffiti their tags all over it!
Now that's just sad. People who can't make art either appreciate those who do or try to destroy their work. And true vandalism is the latter. I hope more artists preserve their hard work.
I also like the graffiti arts. I'm a fan of famous graffiti artist from Europe and he is Banksy. His arts are more on politics and what's happening on their country, and he's not part of a gang or anything. But compare graffiti arts in our country, is just more on gang war and nonsense images of their group.
Sounds great. I'm not really into politics. But I'm glad there are artists who create works that inspire positive change in the world. It's not an easy theme to work with. So it shows just how talented he is.
Graffiti is also an art form. I think a lot of misconception comes from how people view it. They think of vandalism whenever they hear the word "graffiti." But if they were to see it in exhibits and such, they'll definitely change how they see it.
Murals are something I have yet to fully appreciate. I guess they're not my favorite form of art. But I'm thankful for those who do like it.
There's a good income if you're mural's artist. Right now this the most popular art in our country, a lot of companies and private citizen wants to put some art on their wall. I have a friend and mural artist, but most of his arts are about basketball players, if you're avid fan of basketball, and want's to customized your room with the images of your favorite player, you can call him.
Sounds cool. I'd have to agree. It seems that murals are in demand right now. And with basketball as a theme, I'm sure your friend will find his target audience quickly. Lots of people like basketball.
Yeah, a lot of millennial right now looking for the design like that. I'm encouraging him not to stick in one category or sports only and go for other categories.
That's nice of you. It's good advice. Maybe he's just more comfortable in that category. His talent may develop the more he makes stuff.
And his reason is very funny, because almost all of the player are bald and it's very easy to draw compare to rock star, the hair is very difficult he says.
That is funny. I wonder why basketball stars keep purging their hair. It's like their enemies with it. They should just get a good haircut instead. LOL!
That's why somehow Jeremy Lin, the Asian player become popular in NBA because of his haircut, Fist time in NBA I think that the player using gel and make his haircut like a punk.
I love modern sculpture, i'm just amaze how things are made thru imagination and skills. Also there artist that uses different materials like trash and recyclables to make an art piece. Some artists make their art piece kinetic which makes it more interactive.
I also like recycled sculptures. I saw once in a public art exhibit an array of beautiful artworks made from scrap metal, plastic bottles and other scrap materials. I am most impressed with the big robot sculptures that resembles the transformers and gundam robots
I have a really cool modern art museum in my town that has so many fantastic sculptures - I really love how people take things that people may not consider as artistic or beautiful and transform them into something incredibly eye catching!
Yes, it's the thing with artists. Even trash can be made expensive. It's all up to their imagination. I like how things are only as good as they're made to be.
And this art is one of the most expensive and really need a lot of days to finish. the artist really has the great imagination to finish this, and I think in just one mistake it will affect the whole sculpture and it's hard to hide that.
Mural art always catch my breath, specially when it comes to 3D effects. I've been in love or artists that do street murals, those that are used to grab your attention on a subject, like protests, commemorations, 911 hot lines, everything that reflects reality and shocks you. Another one that's my favorite is Mosaic mural art, it requires a lot of patience, imagination, and creativity, to create a full image based on little pieces, and mostly when it's done with basic elements like garbage or recycled items.
I agree, i have seen lots of them in the streets and its really amazing. There are also murals that is being used at home to make a room more awesome.
True, I do love home murals too. A good friend of mine had this mural in her house, it was made completely with little stone pieces, and it had some kind of spiral-wavy shape. When you watch it for long time it can be dizzy, but it was beautiful. She made it to recreate the sea, because she really loves going to the beach. I would love to have a piece like it at home, it is somehow relaxing.
True, that's why many people have designs like that at their homes. Making your home personalized to a point that all the scenery's that you love in just one place will definitely relax you.
Murals from leftist always got my attention. the artist really has deep emotions on their arts. On this kind of art, they can show their talent and at the same time express their disappointment to their government.
True, that's what I meant when I said that they focus attention, they create art that can also shock your economical, political, or social reality. Most of them are considered rebels, but they are expressing what everybody else is silent about, and they are doing it through art, which is also admirable. Art is a way to let your inner self come out, sometimes we like it, sometimes we don't, but it's a human expression and we should respect it.
That's what banksy doing in England I think. He is anonymous graffiti artist and his art is always more on political and what's happening in the environment. I think until now no one knows about his identity.
Oh interesting. I love Banksy's work. So far, no one knows who he is, some may say his last name must be Banks, but is not sure. He's a very good artist using stencils, and his graffiti job is always shocking. Did you know a group of his items, was sold on Sotheby's for about 50,000 pounds? Not bad for being a street artist.
Really? I didn't know that. I wonder who takes the money for his arts? He is leftist and activist I think, and he has a deep statements on all of his arts. He is very interesting artist and even the police want to catch him. LOL.
Exactly, that's what I was thinking too. Who is getting all that money? I guess money should go to some foundation, maybe art schools, at least I would do that. More than interesting, I think is a very clever art, he/she/they know just what to express, where, when, and how. Of course police is behind it, shocking themes are always prosecuted.
I think it's also part of the freedom of expression, the artist nothing to worry about that. Vandalism probably is the case and it's just a minor case.
You're right, the money should go to the foundation specially for arts.
I agree, its also a good way of expressing one's emotion and mind. Although i believe in freedom of expression. I think that its better to keep murals in a positive way, just to make people admire more on the positive side.
Yeah, that's right, that's why I'm salute to all grade school students in our country, who doing murals arts around their campus. You can see to their arts that they're innocents from what's happening to the government and environment.
I don't know much about art forms and the art trends. I have bought a couple of semi-abstract paintings and I like this art form very much. I like semi-abstract form because you can at least understand what the artist is trying to convey (because you can understand the figures in the art)
Me too. But I wonder how people interpret abstract art. Sometimes people end up arguing which of them is right. From what I can tell, it's always different for whoever's looking at it.
Abstract arts are like open-ended stories that are open to numerous interpretations. Abstract art is judged based on the color composition and brush strokes, among many other criteria. Abstract arts are like clouds, one moment you see a tiger and the very next moment you see a human form.
Oh, now I see. It's certainly one of the most creative forms of art. I like that they're open for interpretation. Makes it easy to understand on your own.
I'm okay with most forms of art. But I guess I'm more interested in paintings. They're just so colorful and life like. The most breathtaking ones were made by master artists.
Paintings use various mediums and the most common are oil, water, and acrylic. Currently, installation art is trending. Installation art is an art forum that used various medium and forums. An artist patches a rag in the canvas and paints over it and this will be an installation painting. An artist will paint his body and sit on a street, this is also a kind of installation art. These days artists are using art forms for raising concerns of ver serious social issues.
That's interesting. I'm glad artists are using all forms of art to raise awareness. Social issues are still ongoing struggles as of now. But I still feel greatly about the simplicity of paintings. Those that manage to change history for the better.
Art has always been targeted towards privilege and affluent people. The consumer of artworks has always been the rich people. Even today people who can buy artwork are always rich people. However, this situation is changing. The art is trying to incorporate the underprivileged people and people from lower strata of the society. That's why we see various kind of art movements. Today we have Graffiti art. The Grafitte artist like Banksy is considered one of the greatest artists.
Yes, it's wonderful. Art has become so much more inclusive. It's not about how much money you have. It's about how much you truly appreciate artist's work. How we value the priceless is what art is all about.
I love seeing murals because they make simple walls stand out and there are a lot of murals that have certain effects such as 3D that just blow your mind when you see it. It's a great art form and a can be used by the public for various purposes.
I grew up in New York City, which is particularly famous for its graffiti culture. Sure you had your basic scribbles, spray painted by average street thugs, but a lot of really talented graffiti artists congregate in NYC. I bring this up because some of these artists could paint really beautiful murals. For example, there is this really beautiful, psychedelic mural I used to see all the time when getting out of a train station in Queens. You'd find art like this all throughout the city and it was always a pleasant surprise.
Yeah, I love seeing these kinds of graffiti, especially when they promote conversation regarding a hot issue in the society or in politics. Sadly, most of the graffiti we see in the streets in my city are just plain vandalism.
I am quite fascinated with graffiti art or street art. I am interested in the fact that despite the quality of graffiti art, this art form is considered the quality of life crimes. banksy is one of the greatest graffiti artists of our time.
Yeah I've always found graffiti to be quite fascinating as well. It's really interesting to see how you can find incredibly talented artists even in some of the shadiest places. A lot of people consider all forms of graffiti art to be trash scribbled by criminals, but I'd invite a lot of them to try making such "trash" themselves. It's no easier painting with a spray can than with a traditional brush. I'd dare to say it's even harder in some ways. I actually had a girlfriend whose father is an ex-convict, but the man was brilliant at "street art." Luckily he managed to turn over a new leaf and use his talents to create paid, legal murals for people.
In many developing worlds graffiti artists are treated as criminals. If someone s found painting on street, he might be jailed. However, graffiti art is a wonderful art form. Since the graffiti artist uses the street to express their art form, many people believe these artists are making the street ugly. That's why graffiti at is often related to the quality of life crime.
Yeah, it's sad that people don't recognize the difference between art and plain vandalism. Some graffiti art expose problems in the society, which is why they can be targeted by the authorities especially when the artwork criticizes them outright.
Graffiti art is often related to the quality of life crimes. Activities like vandalism, protest, gathering in the public space are defined as quality of life crimes. It is unfortunate that street art is also categorized as quality of life crimes. I think street art is more related to the lives of ordinary people than the paintings done on canvas.
Yeah, it's also more accessible to the public which gives it more meaning and portrays a real depiction of what life is on the streets, which is something that the more educated painters aren't really well-versed on.
Since the graffiti artists use the street to display their artwork, their audience is the general public. Generally speaking, common people do not visit art galleries, they know nothing about art. Let me illustrate this with an example. My mother has never visited an art gallery, however, while down the street, she has stood many times to see the street art.
Definitely, some people just don't see the appeal of going to art galleries and museums, so bringing the art form into a more "digestible" form for the lay person is a great achievement by graffiti art.
Yeah, graffiti is basically the pioneer of street art. I know that the art was taken for granted before and it took a while before people accepted it as a form of art.
A lot of people still don't accept graffiti as a form of art because of the stigma that developed around it throughout the years. Graffiti and "tagging" came to be associated with thug and gangsta culture, which for many people, understandably, isn't a positive association.
I just wish that some people could look past the thug culture and appreciate the skill and talent that some of the work really takes. Even in tagging, the combination of colors and designs, the way the letters themselves flow and are used to create an image; it's really impressive stuff.
Most people still consider these forms of art as just vandalism, which is really sad when people don't acknowledge the amount of skill, effort, and time it takes to create such beauty on the street for free.
If you have lived in a ghetto, then you would be very used to seeing graffiti arts painted all over the street. Both violent painting, porn paintings and other sorts of paintings as well. Currently, football graffiti is trending well in my neighborhood, with most kids taking good interest in it.
Yeah, I'm also quite surprised in our neighborhood seeing all these football graffiti regarding the World Cup. Our country isn't really a football-loving country since our main sport is probably basketball, but it's still refreshing to see these art regarding football during this period. Just this morning I saw a "Don't cry 4-3 Argentina" art regarding what happened between France and Argentina in their match.
The graffiti from hip hop or gangs also interesting, honestly I like them, it's also arts, but not really deeper compare to others, But I really like how colorful they graffiti, and looks like a 3D.
Great art, street arts somehow will change your mood while walking in the busy streets. I remember Leo Rojas on these art, he is flute artist, he always wearing the traditional Indian clothes, and this art showing the same thing, about the Indian culture.
Yeah, it's great having some free viewing of art when you're just quietly walking down the street, and some can really be inspiring and make you think about important moments in your life. Sadly, people refuse to see its merits and qualify it as just vandalism.
You're right. It's also happening in our country. People don't recognize the street arts. There're so many leftist in our country and I admitted that, they are really doing the vandalism and not art. I just appreciate the graffiti art if I walking near the local school, specially if the artist is just a minors and don't have any idea about the real situation in the environment or government.
i like digital painting and pencil or graphite sketch. I like sketching with pencil or graphite because it is much easier and faster to control. I like digital painting because its a modern way of creating or painting an art.. I just love how I do my works in computer through digital painting and vectoring.
I have tried my hands on digital paintings. I used photoshop to create digital art. However, I am not very good at creating arts, including digital art. If you can perfect your skills on image editing program, you can create digital art. I have a friend who creates a digital painting and makes money by selling these paintings on Fine Art America.
Huh. This is a question that I've never really considered myself. I always knew that I loved art in general, but I never really thought about narrowing it down. I really like mural paintings, specifically those from the Renaissance era. The Sistine Chapel ceiling done by Michelangelo is, in my opinion, hands down one of the greatest works of art to grace God's green Earth. On a more modern note, I really like digital painting as well. I think the variety of brushes and textures that you can create in Photoshop makes for some really beautiful and complex paintings.
I like large canvasses, that's why I like Murals a lot and also making big art pieces out of walls and other wide structures that can be seen afar off is so awesome and cool.
I admire paintings and murals as well. I tried doing them but I guess my skills are not on that field. I was more on just making doodling a piece of my own art. I was never really good in combining colors so it makes me feel awe seeing how neatly these painters put colors together and look so well. As for the murals, I think it is hard to make such big artwork because you need to be able to draw/ paint them in the right proportion.
I like large paintings too. Whenever I go to an art museum that’s what I like looking at the most. I also like digital arts that you can typically find at DeviantArt. The people there are very creative and I am amazed at the things they come up with.
I like graffiti art, I think it's fun and colorful, and I do commend graffiti artists because most of them have no formal art training, but still, they could make such awesome and wonderful designs. These artists paints free hand with spray paints and most without any sketches but designs that are committed to memory. You need alot of talent and skill to be a graffiti artist.
That's an interesting feature about graffiti artists. They seem to have good long-term memory. They're practically capable of memorizing stuff. They're also very creative.
Family portrait paintings always catches my curiosity, more so if it has a lot of family members in it, the more people in it, the more curious it gets.
I think the historic element plays a huge role in this. Family portraits often show some obvious or hidden story behind the members of the bloodline. It makes me think of those conspiracy movies. Though, the history can also be sweet and nostalgic instead of suspenseful.
I think I'd like to have a miniature piece of art. I like small things and I enjoy my self from seeing cute things as well just like miniature. It brings me not only happiness but also a feeling of satisfaction that even in a miniature like funko pop collection is I can say that I am more than happy to start my day with a smile on my face and a motivation to work hard so that I can add more funko pop in my collection.
I would pick Infographics as an art form that I like. It's an art form which encompasses different art forms, it's a combination or collaboration of a variety of modes of expression.
I love paintings. They are full of mystery and emotions. I don't really paint but I find it very interesting. For me, paintings are reflections of someone's perspective. Visiting art gallery is like a therapy, You get to see the best in contemporary art. It can also boost your creativity. If you appreciate paintings, you allow yourself to be part of the magical world which is art.
I always thought Ghost in a Shell was a great anime movie. Too bad the Live Action was such a bummer. This is what happens when Hollywood white washes everything. Still the anime was great!
I prefere sculpture as a for of art. It capture life in three dimensions and, with good skills, can look like a masterpiece from every angle. The creating aerial and soft forms out of stone and metal always fascinated me.
When it comes to art, I normally appreciate any good art. Good paintings do amaze me. I do not usually care it is which category.
I appreciate more the sculptures because it creates the image into a real life form. It also gives dimension to the image they gives more texture and visibility. It also requires a lot more effort because it needs strength and endurance to create a single sculpture. It is like giving life to an artwork that is used to be in paper.
Panorama style of photo capturing would be my choice. You actually see the beauty of the place with a wide visualization and that for me a great kind or type.
I came across this art in Youtube. It called food art wherein you made an art using food. The videos that I actually saw uses fruits and vegetables it is very beautiful. It maybe looked easy but when I tried it is very hard to do. This art made the food more appetizing and appealing.
Cinematography is the art form that appeals to me the most. Don't get me wrong. I like still pictures and paintings too but with video, you can tell a story better. There are so many aspects which you could consider in cinematography. The framing, the speed, the music, the subject, the background etc. Youtube videos are getting more and more cinematographic with people putting an emphasis on story telling.
I have tried painting in murals as well as in big canvas but it would be nice if I used oil paint in big canvasses compared to other medium such as acrylic. Acrylic is nice tho but what I hate about it sometimes, its easy to dry that I cannot blend smoothly those colors. When it comes to mural, I think most likely they used latex first before putting some acrylic medium. I like painting in illustration boards but I forgot the name of that board. It's kinda pricey for me but I like how it keeps the effect of the paint. It doesn't easily entirely get wet like a normal card board.
If enough people believe something is art, then it's art. This can change. And it can be manipulated.So if you give colors, a linen canvas and a paintbrush to a 2-year-old and ask him to paint "something colorful" then it's usually just a kiddie-picture.
If you secretly put that picture on a wall in a modern-arts museum and put a sign next to it that says "Whirling colors; piece 3 of series 7", people will stop in front of it and believe it is some piece of modern, abstract creative expressionism
I always seem to end up with the Impressionists. Even if I am editing a photo I cannot resist the style. If I paint, I paint in that style, not that I can paint, but I just love the style.
I go for mural painting, I have seen that artwork and how they do it. In schools they have this mural painting contest, students are very imaginative, from scratch to finish you will see how creative they are. I what i have observe mural paintings also seen at elementary and secondary school gate walls. Newly discovered painters are usually from grade school ages. You will see huge master piece of mural painting in some catholic churches, upon entering, could bring you to a peaceful place.
I actually don't mind what form of art there is. As long as I see an artwork that's very detailed and colored as it is meabt to be, I will stop by and Marvel at it. I am a person who loves to appreciate the skills of artists who are very clear of what they want to express and exhibit. On the other hand, I am a person who doesn't like abstract paintings as I am too lazy to figure out what the artist feels, and that kind of artwork doesn't put my mind to ease. I guess it's psychological factor, or I am really just lazy.
The canvas is still the best for me. I always find the kind of painting that is the most fascinating as the acrylic painting. It kind of adds another dimension for me. The fact that it dries so fast is another element for me that makes the whole process much harder than the other kinds of painting.
That's a good question, I must say I like almost every art. But my most favorite one is the classic of mankind. Obviously anything painted, hehe.
I'm very fond of painted sceneries. Hand paint or brush is okay as long as they capture every detail. I'm to amazed of scenery so its my favorite.
I love Panorama. It is great for family occasions or for group photographs. Also, it is great for taking videos. When you are out in the wild taking photographs of beautiful waterfalls, forests, it is great to use Panorama view for greater visibility. No other art form provides you the wider form of visibility.
I really love Panorama. Actually, when I first discovered it, I was very ignorant and almost drained the battery after trying so many Panoramas.
What Art form do you like most: For me I like the most the Panorama kind of art because observing this kind of art it always reminds and inspire me that there is no limitation of your imagination or dream to be. In which you can see the whole things you need to.