The joy of making art overcomes its futility.
Paintings may offer an imagery so potent that even the casual viewer will find it intriguing and moving.
Despite its implausible storyline and the cheesiness of it all, Casablanca remains a true cinematographic joy. Watching Casablanca’s drama unfold is the ultimate cult movie experience.
“Escribe, que algo queda” – Kotepa Delgado (a Venezuelan journalist)
Both, the observer and the artist are part of nature. Where does that leave the piece of art?
“Use what talent you possess: the woods would be silent if no birds sang except those that sang best”. Henry Van Dyke.
Images and words are nothing but representations of reality and not reality itself. Those signposts may not be pointing in the right direction, so be vigilant.
“Architecture is the mother of all arts…. (it) connects the present with the past and the tangible with the intangible” – Richard Meier