I have always had a great deal of respect for the original Italian Renaissance artist, Piero della Francesca. In fact, he was a Renaissance man in his own right, and he had a very clear purpose: to create works of beauty and art. I can’t think of another painter who has had such an impact on our world for so long.
His work and life have been touched by a lot of history, but not as much as it may seem like. His work is still beautiful, but it is also influenced by many modern trends that have developed in the centuries that followed his death. A lot of great art has been lost, and with it great music, as well as great art.
The loss of great art is a very real and tragic loss, and it may be a tragedy that modern art is becoming more and more dated. The art of the Renaissance is in many ways the most important art ever created, and its influence can be seen in everything from architecture to literature to art.
The fact that we’re losing great art is a real tragedy, but it may be a tragedy that we have a very modern era of art and music. Although it is difficult to find good art, there is no shortage of great art today.
I mean, I’m not the only artist in America to have a few of these, but I’m not sure it’s the art I care about (though I’m sure there are some great artists out there). I think we’re in a sad, sad state of affairs. The art that I am interested in, I think, is modern and contemporary.
I see the idea of art and music as one big tragedy. Our so-called “art” is not so much art as it is commercial mass-produced garbage. Art is so much more than mere paint and canvas. What we create, what we enjoy, what we talk about, what we read, what we watch, what we eat, what we sleep, what we do—all of these things are art.
I’ve always thought that art was something that, at least for me, should be enjoyed, not viewed as a source of shame. When I was younger I spent a lot of time watching videos of artists, particularly painters, because I thought that the art was so beautiful. I was wrong, but I did spend a lot of time watching art videos.
That love of art has carried me throughout life, from my childhood drawing pictures of people I loved to my job at a paint store that was filled with paintings. Today I love art and I love creating art, but I love it for itself, and I love creating art from the heart. I love art that is passionate over itself and that has no pretense. I love art that can turn any moment into a masterpiece.
I don’t know what is better, art or love, but I do know that I have a lot of it.
I don’t have a lot of it to be honest, but I do have a lot of time. I’m 24 and I have a lot of time. It is time and it is money that I can spend on art. I love to learn and I will continue to be a teacher to myself. I love to give my art to others and they love it. I love to create art that is passionate over itself and that has no pretense.