|How should a work of art be evaluated?
across the senses, details, composition of the message.
on a scale of 1 to 10
I think you should first look for the artist's originality and uniqueness, especially in concept, and next their knowledge of the use of design elements and principles. An artist must be sincere in what they create, and any copying of other's ideas is unethical.
By the uniqueness and effort to create the work and the way the work makes the viewer feel.
If someone likes it ...isn't that enough..
Product of art must be evaluated specialists and time.
If it grabs your attention when you walk into the room then it's got something good about it
On the continually of the artist and íf it makes the audiens react. As long as the audiens feels somethings then it's art.
Everyone can easily decide whether they like a work or not. What is more interesting is to ask oneself, "why does the artist value this work?" Examining that question may lead to a deeper understanding of the work and an appreciation for artwork that might not initially appeal. I certainly think beauty and aesthetics are fundamental to an artwork, but I am hopelessly old fashioned in that respect. But such classic definitions and attributes will ultimately stand the test of time and many experimental non traditional pieces or rather installations called artworks now that litter museums, galleries, and academia now will be redefined as "artistic statements" rather than actual works of art.
See the aspects listed previously under the ‘evaluation’ question.
If you like it or not.
A work of art should stir the viewer. It doesn't have to be beautiful, but it must bring out some emotion and perhaps some question as to how it was done. Some art is down right ugly! But I find those pieces in museums...and they do stir emotion within me. Perhaps I wouldn't hang them in my home, but they evidently have found a place in the world. Another evaluation could be its newness, its creative angle, its freshness.
Good art speaks to you differently as time goes on. Put a piece of art where you will pass it on a regular basis. If it continues to draw you and speak to you over time, then it is good art. True art does not have a finite message.
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