Just read this in the on line version of Freize Art News. All I can say is “she” cannot come up with a concept, a theory, an idea so no “she” will never be an artist.
The artist often defines this aesthetic space through feelings. The process feels good for the moment. It is a euphoric moment; it is often defined as bliss.
Art cannot be unique and one of a kind if the artists self isn’t one of a kind. Artists recognize how hard it is to create that one of a kind as it exposes the self and makes the self vulnerable.
Christine Alfery, an Award-winning Conceptual Artist will be exhibiting with Artblend Gallery at Art Market Hamptons
Christine Alfery, an award-winning Conceptual Artist from Lac du Flambeau, Wisconsin, will be exhibiting five paintings with Artblend Gallery at Art Market Hamptons which will be held at The Bridgehampton Museum.
Lady Blue and Her Magic Cape – At The Circus, an acrylic painting on canvas by featured artist Christine Alfery, adorns our cover this month.
So what is it for you – what do you value the most about being an artist?
Art like science and technology is about discovery and experimentation. And I believe… that experimentation does mean not knowing what the end result will be.
I actually felt the same way about his comments as he did about my work, which is interesting and very honest. Anyway just sharing the ups and downs, pluses and minuses of being an artist.
Dissatisfaction is a queen divine blessed unrest and I cherish it in my work. I cherish it in my life.
There is no doubt the aesthetic moments of beauty of bliss exist within art. But it isn’t a mindless moment. It isn’t a moment where we travel freely with no thought.