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Some people are born with a natural tendency to love and admire art. They appreciate the colors in different things around them and develop artistic skills from a young age. These people start to take an interest in art, coloring, and painting to fuel their curiosity and then finally form a lasting passion for art. Furthermore, they try to find new ways to practice their art skill and learn from a different range of options, from which they can draw, color, or paint.

Many artists worldwide develop key concepts to enhance their learning of art and how things can be portrayed, examined, or influenced through art. In more ways, they try to take inspiration from anything that they can find and draw it on the canvas. It is not just about drawing or painting for them. Some of these artists can even use stone, clay, or even thrown away garbage to make something interesting. They have a simple thought process that can quickly comprehend complicated things and turn them into something interesting. Artists are always confident, responsible, reflective, innovative, creative, and equipped for success. They can use their imagination, expression, and thinking to create some of the most beautiful and thought-provoking masterpieces of art.

 The motivation for an Artist

The best motivation for an artist is to take inspiration from different aspects of the world and get influenced by it, whether it’s about politics, freedom of expression, culture, social issues, a representation of an idea or an expression, or just bringing about change. They can express such aspects through art, and people would appreciate them for their most difficult or complicated subjects.

 Qualities of an Artist

There are many different qualities of an artist. The best ones, which are most important, are A deeper understanding of the things and subjects that revolve around themsuch as thinking and analytical skills to include critical thinking and problem-solving. And be able to present complex and sophisticated subjects more easily through art. They also have an independent ability to analyze and look at things from a different perspective.

 Artists view the world differently, which isn’t something that can be done by an average person. However, they need opportunities to develop their art practice, enrich their learning, understand the key concepts in art, and use their new skills.

There are many different branches and areas in the art that an artist can choose from, depending upon their abilities. They range from painting, coloring, sketch drawing, sculpture making, photography, digital designing, video, animation, and much more.

Unfortunately, artists worldwide are given less importance and for their work, for which they deserve appreciation. They can spend most of their time making the most intriguing artworks, but they may not appreciate the recognition they deserve. The reason is that nowadays, many modern and aesthetic forms in art have been introduced to discard the traditional works of art.

 New Opportunities for Artists

However, artists can still accommodate a wide range of skills and abilities by using different concepts to represent their art. They need to enhance their skills in art-making to portray their thought processes successfully to the general public fully. They can experiment with other ideas in two and three-dimensional processes, take on risks, and challenge themselves to create something awe-inspiring. They can also learn how to design and develop their technical skills through software programs in digital designing and improve their artistic style. If you want to learn more about art and its fundamental aspects, then you can read my inspiring artist autobiography Carole A.Feuerman‘s ‘My Hyperrealist Life and Legacy’.

I am an artist who has made the best use of my skills and abilities through sculpture. I am one of the three founding members of the hyperrealist movement that began in the late 1970s and continuing into the present.  My career is highlighted by iconic figurative works of swimmers and dancers.  I have taught, lectured, and given workshops at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Solomon Guggenheim Museum.

In 2011, I founded the Carole A. Feuerman Sculpture Foundation. My artworks are owned by eighteen museums, as well as in the collections of the City of Peekskill, New York, the City of Sunnyvale California, President and Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton, the Frederic R. Weisman Art Foundation, Dr. Henry Kissinger, the Michael Gorbachev Art Foundation, the Malcolm Forbes Magazine Collection. Feuerman’s public works have been displayed across the globe, including but not limited to: Central Park and Petrosino Square in New York City, l’Avenue George V in Paris, Harbour City in Hong Kong, Giardino Della Marinaressa in Venice, New Bond Street, London, and Knokke Heist in Belgium.

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