I have never been a very artsy person, but I do love looking/watching art. Many people may just consider drawing and painting art if they do not have any formal knowledge of exactly what art is. I view art as a very wide variety of things. I believe art is all around us, and it takes many different forms that may not be considered art by some people. I believe that if a person has a special talent that they can show off to the world, the talent can be considered art.
Writing music was always one of those things that came naturally to me. I have really enjoyed writing, since I was young, but more than anything, I enjoyed writing songs that related to my life. I would spend hours coming up with the perfect lyrics, tune, (etc.) Singing comes just as naturally to me as writing. I began singing at the age of 6.
Inspiration, feelings, imagination and creativity are key points to create anything in the world of art. In my opinion we are surrounded by art all over the world; art is just not a paint or a sculpture, but also music, dance, fashion, plays, anything that comes to your mind, even just a rock. Art inspires people, it motivates them to continue in their daily lives. In this world, even a painting on a wall can make a difference and brighten a person’s day; by just looking at that painting on the wall someone’s mood can change completely. Art makes people change, it makes them happy, it helps them to realize that in this world not everything is bad, and that the beauty of art is what makes this world different.
Born November 17th, 1938, in Orilla, Ontario, Lightfoot’s talent was recognized by his mother and she encouraged him and groomed him to be a successful performer at a young age. Lightfoot was in a choir when he was young and claims to have gained some valuable knowledge about performing from his choirmaster Ray Williams. His first major performance was at Massey Hall in Toronto when he was twelve after winning a competition. When he was a teenager he taught himself folk-guitar and drums, and learned to play the piano. He performed a lot in his high school years.
I will never forget that night whenever I hear or listened to “Take my breath away” for I would always imagine myself in that dress and rocking that stage again. I remember falling in love for the first time in my life with this one significant other when I was in high school. I did not know how to express my feelings to him, so instead of writing him a letter, a poem, a simple phone call, or even have the courage to just talk to him straight face to face, I called the radio station and dedicated a samoan love song to him. I told one of my friends to tell him to listen to dedications that day and to my surprise, he dedicated a song to me the next day and the third day he asked me out. Growing up from a religious family, I was so devoted to church and religious music affected my life for it made me understand God, got closer to him and even build a strong relationship with him.
A member of his entourage said “He was fascinated with the idea of real young teenage girls; it scared the Hell out of all of us.” (The King’s Troubled Obsession) Elvis’s childhood was an important part of his life because that was the start of his passion for music. He lived in Tupelo until he was about 13, that is where he discovered a passion for music. He took guitar lessons from Frank Smith the young pastor at his church. Oleta Grimes, one of his teachers, was impressed by Elvis’s
Why or why not? Is the theory viable? Does it run into problems, and if so, can they be solved? Note that the theory is meant to apply to all the arts, and so your exploration should at the very lease involve examples from theater, the visual arts, and music. Although the existence of art is evident all around us, justifying the existence and purpose of art is no easy task.
For instance, while I was playing tricks to my family and friends, their remarkable smiles make performers cheerful and energetic. Nevertheless, their fantastic delight gives me a farer motivation to act on working hard. Moreover, they are similar as both let people know “hark work must also before success”. Each time I playing magic and guitar, I wish to show my best to my audience. For the sake of proficient, practice, practice and practice is the most essential element to set a path to success and these avocations just fit to this circumstance.
The paper will also seek to understand the factors that influence people in how he or she interprets the work of art as a cultural value. Visual arts When people look at paintings, drawings, or sculptures, he or she is looking at visual art. The term “visual art” means two-dimensional, and carries a language all of its own. Visual art as like most art has a language of feeling, intuition, and ideas without the use of words (Jewell). Visual art allows people to experience other worlds of experiences that are sometimes not easy to describe.