you ever wondered why art is categorized as "fine art"? Looking at some
fine art paintings, you wonder how they can be termed "fine art".
"Fine" is not an adjective describing the word, art. Used with
the word art, it is a noun. The whole phrase "fine art" is a noun and
describes works done for beauty's sake only.
painting is not functional. It exists solely to look at. This term,"fine
art", is applied mostly, to non-functional works of art.
and sometimes, sculpture, is not considered "fine art". Pottery is definately
functional and is not allowed in some exhibits featuring only fine art. Sculpture
is non-functional but sometimes is not considered fine art.
and there are always exceptions, a "fine art" show will feature oil
paintings, watercolor paintings and acrylic paintings.
paintings are in water media, poured inks, acrylics,oils and watercolors and were
executed on acid free, 100% rag paper and primed canvas. The use of bold, vibrant
color, good design and composition makes for very dynamic paintings.
works of art are nicely framed, but may be purchased without the frames. The price
remains the same however: I am selling the art work and not the framing. Of course,
the shipping is much less unframed.
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