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B. Reed's questions...
[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]Dorian Lewis 04/Mathis 1002
Wed, 27 Mar 1996 13:30:54 -0600 (CST)
Oh my gosh! Last night when I sent Artsednet my introduction
I forgot to include the questions my friend and I
came up with. I am very sorry..it was almost 2 am, though!
Anyways, I hope you all got my intro. and here are the
1. When can one truly call themselves an "artist"?
2. Why is it important to have a complete understanding
of the elements and principles of art in order to carry
out a successful work of art? Many artists don't
have this full understanding and are still considered
artists, but the elements and principles are the most
basic building block in art education (and are stressed
as being such - an essential building block).
3. Does a person truly need to be influenced by past
as well as present artists in order to function as
an artist, be successful as an artist, or be considered
Sorry about not having sent the most important part
of my message! Thanks again for your attention and the
time you took to answer these questions! Remember: there
are no right or wrong answers to these ?'s..we're just
trying to get as many opinions as we can on these
subjects. Bye for now!
Maybe reply: KatCascio: "Re: B. Reed's questions..."