Art can be perceived differently by every single person. Some people don’t like the colours the artist likes to use, or simply because the style that they are using makes it “ugly” . On the other hand, others might have the exact opposite opinion. With that in mind, art can only truly be categorized as beautiful or ugly by the people who are observing or that have observed the art.
I have always believed that the appearance of one’s website attracts more readers and visitors. To do that you have to make different kinds of changes just to get it right. But who is the best judge to say if it’s good or not? Well, it’s you of course.
I’ve just made a few changes to my blog and I would like to hear your opinions. If you want to take a look and tell me what you think about it, I will be very grateful.
Here is the link for your convenience: https://thecreativeartsblog.wordpress.com/
Or, if you have already seen my website and have read my content, you can leave your reviews on this link: https://thecreativeartsblog.wordpress.com/visitor-reviews/
Thank you so much!
Art is something that inspires people, and what is better than getting inspired by other artists. I have many that I would like to share with you but for the sake of the post’s simplicity I will show you only one of them: Christopher Lovell
Everyone knows that the eye is the window to one’s soul, but artists also know an extra fact about the eyes.
The wind blew the sand into many directions like 100 typhoons were in the atmosphere, making the road all the more difficult to see. It was as if it was quiet and peaceful, although the roar of the sand said otherwise. It was whipping the human skin so painfully making them get scraped by the small particles. But that harshness the sand had didn’t have any effect on the two people who were standing in the middle of nowhere – one female and the other a male.