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Are you creative?

September 28, 2017

For some people, creative thinking is a defining characteristic. Usually, under a creative person, we mean particular people with a bright talent and unordinary character. Such individuals attain inspiration and new ideas, it would seem, from everywhere. 

Creative people are often very energetic, both physically and spiritually. They can work for hours on one single little detail until it becomes perfect, at the same time retaining enthusiasm. Of course, creative thinking requires a comprehensive perception. It is very different from the mental process. A creative person sees opportunities everywhere and continually absorbs information that becomes food for creative expression. 

Also, creative people love to have new experiences, feelings, and states of mind, which largely determines the development of factors to achieve creative results. Such people are very inquisitive. They try to explore life in their own way and retain the interest of the pioneer even when they grow older. 

So, can you call yourself a creative person?

  • Absolutely
  • Sometimes, it depends on my mood
  • No, not at all

Should street art be permitted for known artists?

December 9, 2016

Street art is a phenomenon of urban culture, the possibility of city transformation, artist’s dialog with the street. It aims at interacting not only with those who go to the museums and galleries but also with ordinary people who walk the streets. The reaction to the street art and its assessment can be very different: from the accusations of artists in vandalism to the admiration and appreciation of ordinary people for decorating the gray walls of large cities.

On the one hand, anyone can create street art: it’s not necessary to have artistic skills or to graduate from art school. Nevertheless, street art is conceptual: it speaks to the viewer in an accessible and understandable language. With this in mind, street art can be performed by a beginner who has little skill in artistic technique. On the other hand, in addition to the idea, which the artist seeks to convey while doing street art, skills are also needed.

  • Yes
  • No

Does art imitate life?

Art is a part of human life that appeared after a man came to this world. We live, we get to know the environment and people, we gain experience. On the one hand, man can not create the Beautiful from nothing: any work of art is a consequence of information that a person receives throughout life. Forms, sounds, colors, words – all of this we learn in the process of life, which, in the end, gives to the world – music, paintings, poems, etc. A person rethinks what they see and feel – it would seem that art is born precisely this way. Through the simulation of life. On the other hand, contemporary art in its diversity is often detached from life. For example, abstract art (abstractionism), which today is one of the most popular genres. This is a creation of the artistic imagination, the fruit of his mind, which does not remind us of our reality at all.

So, do you think art imitates life?

  • Yes
  • No