There is a famous saying that all artists dip their brushes into their own souls and hearts to paint their own nature into brilliant and vivid pictures. However, they require enough talents and skills to end up with the paintings that can touch others’ souls too. This saying was offered by Henry Beecher in this famous book titled Proverbs from Plymouth Pulpit in the end of the 19thcentury, and it proves to be true in many cases.
Personally, when I first came across this interesting saying, I felt quite intrigued by it as the more I read and learn, the more I understand that this proverb is related to the piece of work that I chose in many magnificent ways. For example, when artists work on their painting and other artworks, their process seems quite simple to other people. The entire work starts with the inside when artists need to energize themselves, and this goal is achieved by delving into their own souls and minds to get themselves ready to portray the images they see into the vivid and interesting pictures that they all want to create in the end.
Besides, the whole process ends on their outside, and this means that artists take all of their energy from inside and channel it onto their paintings. This is what allows them to create excellent and remarkable pictures that can reveal not only some wonderful images depicted on them, but they also contain the inner sense of these artists.
One day, I decided to attend the exhibition in the local art gallery in New York, and it was devoted to the artist called Jim Shaw. This exhibition included many of his interesting artworks, and they ranged from his early airbrush painting to illustrative and narrative drawings and his Dream Drawings. I had to look at a number of different artworks, and most of them were interesting cartoon drawings and large paintings.
Some people say that this artistic style is quite through and detailed. I saw one amazing piece of art that I found really remarkable as it was very detail-oriented and well done. It was a painting that depicted a group of average men and it was called Drawn Painting produced by Jim Shaw in 2000. It’s all about his personal depiction of existing male models in different groups, and it’s a picture of him that allows the audience to reveal his true personality. I must admit that this painting helped me paint my own image of this talented artist and I think that he is witty and prominent.
There is a famous saying that all artists dip their brushes into their own souls and hearts to paint their own nature into brilliant and vivid pictures. However, they require enough talents and skills to end up with the paintings that can touch others’ souls too.