‘The Secret of Art Found In the Golden Imprint Of An Oriental Dress (24)’

Big Art Theory Blog

Do you know what people did in the old days when they had secrets they didn’t want to share? They’d climb a mountain, find a tree, carve a hole in it, whisper the secret into the hole and cover it up with mud. That way, nobody else would ever learn the secret…’

‘2046’, movie by Kai War Wong

Let me continue this thought-provoking quote from the movie by Kai War Wong and Christopher Doyle, by explaining you something that I recently discovered about artists and their soul.

Do you know what artists do when they have secrets they don’t want to share? They take a brush, a pencil, a camera or clay and create. They climb a highest mountain of their artistic skills and whisper their secret onto the artwork – and they do it long enough until they get the result they’ll find satisfactory. Their goal is to  bring…

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