Monday, May 18, 2015

Debatable Question

What specific aspect of art gives it it's value?


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5 comments:

  1. The idea and process behind the art is what give it value in my opinion. Art is only as valuable as the thought behind it and how the message is sent. Art can have a powerful message but that message can be portrayed poorly. Although if art has no meaning is it useless?

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  2. Hi, guys. I believe that art is given value when people create it, and when people interpret it. When an artist creates a piece, they are using a unique ability to express an emotion or feeling in a materialistic way. This alone is a fantastic creation, and gives a piece extreme value. Also, a piece is given it's value by those who interpret it. When people take something that used to be a thought, and was created into a depiection, and then turn it back into a thought, people give a piece value. I find humans' ability to create so facinating, as not many beings can. - Charlotte

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  3. I think that is art's relativity that gives it it's value. It has the ability to make you feel so powerfully one way and what ever it is changes from person to person. It's a glove that fits everyone, and that why we value it so much.

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  4. I think that is art's relativity that gives it it's value. It has the ability to make you feel so powerfully one way and what ever it is changes from person to person. It's a glove that fits everyone, and that why we value it so much.

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  5. I feel the value of the art really stems from the amount of effort and creativity put into it when planning and executing the actual making of the artwork, the value of the artwork really depends on how much of the artist is reflected into the painting. Thus, making it more special and valuable to the artist and the people.

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