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Fw: WHAT IS ART?

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Lawrence A. Parker/OCCTI (occti)
Tue, 19 Oct 1999 12:15:41 -0400


> > John,
> >
> > You make some very good points. I think that they are well worth
> > posting to the list...?
> >
> > > Even so, my faith in
> > > personal judgements and the application of accumulated heuristic
> > > studio experiences to current problems taken together most often
> > > provides my richest source for solutions. Computers and other,
> > > simpler, tools still only do what I know to ask of them.
> >
> > The above are perhaps the most compelling points - I would say that
> > the first is at the heart of 'artistic creation' and the second
> > illustrates the proper relationship between "man" and his "tools".
> >
> > Larry
>
> &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&
>
> Larry ...
>
> *nods* could you post my message to you
> John
> Dr. John Antoine Labadie
> Department of Art
> The University of North Carolina at Pembroke
> Pembroke, NC 28372-1510
> Wphone: 910.521.6618 (or sec. at 6216)
> Fax: 910.521.6688
>
> "Happy the man who early learns the wide chasm
> that lies between his wishes and his powers."
>
> Erasmus (1466?-1536)
>