Why Appreciating Art is so Important for People?
Some people might not think that art is important and would not appreciate it or recognize the efforts to create awe-inspiring pieces of artwork. As intriguing and inspiring art can be, some people have lost their sense of creativity or fascination with colors. When you think of art, you would think of the famous works from artists like Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni, Raphael, Pablo Picasso, Carole Feuerman, Van Gogh, Warhol, or Claude Monet.
Art has been around for generations and decades. Their form and representation have changed from time to time, but their importance, appreciation, and creativity are still admired. Did you know that art was even before men discovered fire? We may have forgotten that art has been around since the early days of the cavemen. No doubt that art has played a very significant role throughout our history. It has shaped our culture, our traditions, and our way of life.
However, it is also a part of our lives in many ways, as everything that we do, wear or perform is inspired by art in some way or the other. Art revolves around us in many ways. We can take inspiration from art from nature, colors in the sky, landscapes, flowers, animals, people, and our culture.
The clothing we wear to the movies we see, or the video games we play, the cars we drive to the pictures of ourselves or the pictures in the books or magazines we read, everything we do is inspired through art, and it is important to appreciate art. Appreciating art and artists is important because art continues to be a part of our lives and our future. It is also related to the future of many generations to come.
Art in the Early Days
Appreciating art was done in the early civilizations, as men used art to communicate with one another and even with the world. We know that early men didn’t use art as a formal written language, but they did use drawings to depict their everyday lives, important information, emotions, and hopes. We can still look at those artistic images and appreciate them in a way. It did give us a clear understanding of their daily struggles and successes and give us a chance to connect and empathize with learning about their culture.
Appreciating and Admiring Art
Art is not meant to be overlooked. People need to appreciate it, admire it, and be inspired by it as it can teach us many things that we can’t even imagine. Art is meant to be looked at for what it is, as it tells us who we are and what we can become in the eyes of the beholder. Art can stimulate thought and reason.
That is why it is known to have brought a revolution in many cultures. It can stimulate ideas as it allows viewers to draw their own emotions in their thoughts and pull from their personal experiences as they encounter them.
Art can be influential in a way as it naturally develops critical and innovative thinking skills. That is why children in their early ages are inspired to draw and paint. Art also teaches us many important qualities such as listening, observing, and responding to multiple perspectives.
That is why art should be admired and appreciated by people from all different walks of life. There is a lot more you can learn about art and artists by reading the real-life account of an inspiring artist Carole A. Feuerman from her book ‘My Hyperrealist Life and Legacy’.
Her book can teach us and all the inspiring artists out there the importance of art and how you can take inspiration from it to learn how to live your life.