|What is your message?
I would like to hope my message is one of emotional awakening, to respond to or to identify with one another the importance of "being"...
I would hope there is a consistent strength to my work that involves a level of importance in both portrayal and composition that opens the door to a memory or a mood the viewer can identify with.
Many people say my love for animals and nature comes through in my art, but I try not to take myself too seriously when it comes to sending a message. I don't believe artwork should "hit you over the head" with a specific meaning. Nobody wants to be lectured to. It's much better to leave a little room for interpretation, that way it becomes personal for the viewer. One might look at my work and consider it hopeful, while another may feel sadness.
We're all in the same boat and there's an excellent chance it's all going to sink, horribly . Any moment now.
All giftedness comes from God to be used for the betterment of our fellow humans.
I'm not here right now but if you would like to leave a message please call me at http://www.mayanbard.com
My message is usually someone elses message wrapped in my visual
To create images that are accessible and entertaining to all. I don't like to make things difficult for the viewer, or give them an unattractive image to look at. I just like them to be suitable for your granny to like!
I'm concerned with putting humanity first in art.
My message is specific to the project I'm working on.
I tend to enjoy escapism as a means of meditation or introspection. My fantasy work reflects the ability to daydream or exaggerate reality so as to escape it.
I work in commercial design so there are many messages. The trick is to identify your target audience and ensure the message is relevant to them. You can aim the best messages at the wrong targets.
My background is eclectic in that I have considered my formal education as work and the various jobs I've had as primarily educational. My interest is centered in communication. It was with that in mind that I studied English and linguistics in college until I realized that verbal communiction is a wonderful tool for communicating on some levels, but that it is woefully inadequate for imparting meaning on other levels. For example, every part of a sailboat and evey action pertaining to each has a specific nomenclature without which succesful sailing would be nearly impossible. However, to communicate the impressions; abstract concepts; thoughts pertaining to the subjective, intimate processes that are actually the more essential aspects of our personalities, language fails. For that reason I have come to rely on art to attempt to show what I think and feel about that which is verbally inexpressible.
I think many people enjoy at my works. Enjoy!
Learn to draw and draw every day. When you know how to draw you can create anything.
That much of existance is absurd.
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