Consider artist’s life as part of the artwork

When it comes to art I believe that how the artist lives his life and what he thinks is more important than the quality of the work over time. Colors in a painting on canvas start to mean something.

Art can become conditioned and oppressive, but that can be corrected by people being spontaneous and thinking with a healthy attitude in mind.

David Worth Goss

Everett

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