Bai Sema

Fear less, hope more; Eat less, chew more; Whine less, breathe more; Talk less, say more
I disagree with this picture.
There is so much meaning in the first picture, its simplicity draws you into a sense of greater meaning and the strikes through the page look so accurately measured and yet so natural.
The second is bright scribly writing done illegally on the side of a building. Had they used a banksy peice on the side of the building, I would be happy. 

Art has to have a greater meaning, more so than “HURR, LOOK HOW BIG AND COLORFUL MY NAME IS!!”

I disagree with this picture.

There is so much meaning in the first picture, its simplicity draws you into a sense of greater meaning and the strikes through the page look so accurately measured and yet so natural.

The second is bright scribly writing done illegally on the side of a building. Had they used a banksy peice on the side of the building, I would be happy. 

Art has to have a greater meaning, more so than “HURR, LOOK HOW BIG AND COLORFUL MY NAME IS!!”

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museumuesum:

ELLSWORTH KELLY
Blue Tablet1962Oil on canvas, two joined panels92 x 92 x 4 1/2 inches; 234 x 234 x 12 cm

museumuesum:

ELLSWORTH KELLY

Blue Tablet
1962
Oil on canvas, two joined panels
92 x 92 x 4 1/2 inches; 234 x 234 x 12 cm

museumuesum:

Georges Seurat
The Black Bow, c. 1882
Conte Crayon on laid paper 31.8 x 25 cm

museumuesum:

Georges Seurat

The Black Bow, c. 1882

Conte Crayon on laid paper 31.8 x 25 cm

museumuesum:

RICHARD SERRA

Te Tuhirangi Contour, 1999/2001

Kaipara, North Island, New Zealand.

Weatherproof steel, 6m x 257m x 5cm.

photographs by Dirk Reinartz

museumuesum:

Claude Monet
The Houses of Parliament (Effect of Fog), 1903–4Oil on canvas 32 x 36 3/8 in. (81.3 x 92.4 cm)

museumuesum:

Claude Monet

The Houses of Parliament (Effect of Fog), 1903–4

Oil on canvas 32 x 36 3/8 in. (81.3 x 92.4 cm)

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