Why Art?

July 29, 2016 in Art | Comments (0)

Understanding why art is important in our lives, isn’t always clear. But those who appreciate art know the value of originality and have their own version of what purpose art serves society.
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If you want to start an interesting conversation, just ask someone what they think the purpose art serves. There are dozens of books written, blogs posted, and articles released about this subject. Even art educators address this subject in classrooms. Since the first cave man etched in stone, man has used the power of art for purposes beyond creativity, self-expression, and communication. Sometimes it is easier to understand the purpose of art by considering what it is not.
One aspect about art is that it does not discriminate. It allows even young children who have a limited vocabulary to express themselves without words and doesn’t care about ones education, successes, religion, color, sexual preferences or how much money you make. It is there for anyone to engage in, using ones own abilities and for anyone to enjoy. It can serve as therapy and for healing broken lives. Art affects us all in different ways and only you know its value. Through art, we can learn the meaning of the joy of work too. Creating art is work, like any other profession and the idea of good work, personal fulfillment and recognition serves our society favorably. Work is one of the noblest expressions of the human spirit, and art is the visible evidence of work carried to the highest possible level. Art is the best way to learn the value of work and appreciate
workmanship. It is impossible to experience art without experiencing values of home and family, work and play, the individual and community, nature and the environment, war and peace, beauty and ugliness, pain and love.
Hunter-Wolff Gallery brings you art that you can experience and value in your own special way. We look forward to hearing what you think the purpose of art is in your own life.


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