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Art and Love - How they are the same

Updated: Aug 2




"Art and love are the same thing: its the process of seeing yourself in things that are not you", said by Chuck Klosterman, brings a revelation of thoughts and questions in one's mind. Masterpieces are often born out of love, from the ink of Shakespeare's quill to the paints of Leonardo da Vinci. There's a bag of love before and after every piece of art, first, the emotion of love that curates the art and second, the love and appreciation reverted from the audience. In this whole journey of art, you find passion and vigour that emote to the radiance of love around. The craft that springs from the fingertips of an artist is caressed with affection, for any artist, their greatest love will always be the skill of art possessed by him/her. The emotions around an artwork mostly depend on the characters and the encompassing environment of the artist. Shakespeare often penned down the feelings for his beloved, expressing his love, similarly, artists like René Magritte portrays the romantic insights in her through her famous painting 'The Lovers'. The portrait of Mona Lisa is the personification of beauty, ignited by the strokes of the artist Leonardo da Vinci, it has received soo much love from the public that the Mona Lisa has her own mailbox in the Louvre because of all the love letters she receives. Love has always been subjective, it does not possess a profound definition to it, refraining to be explained or bound to limiting words, love has been the chain that liberates, just like a piece of art. The shades of love have been tried to be explained through the essence of art. Art is timeless, and an artwork is a piece from the artist's soul immersed in love and passion. The black and white emotions of love are given colours, purpose and a story with the brush of an artist. There would be no masterpieces without the fondness an artist finds in emotions to create an artwork. A relationship is not just romantic, the depth of the relationship with your craft and art form is the purest as it is solely based on interest, skill, love and creativity. Hence the art crafted with intricacies of fondness is your equation with your art form of expression. We at ARTOZE aim to encourage and give space to talented artists who deserve the love and spotlight worth the effort put into every piece of art. ARTOZE takes pride in being a part of the art community. We engage in connecting and inspiring artists around the globe. You can always reach out to us if you want to come forward to stand along with your fellow community members to share your experiences, views and knowledge. A platform By the Artists, For the Artists.

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