What is the Most Inspiring Piece of Working Art You Have Ever Seen?
When we are talking about nature art, the first that comes to our mind is a beautiful landscape. The truth is that there are many things in the natural world that can inspire and motivate us, not just landscapes.
Since we are inspired by beauty, one of the best ways to get some inspiration is by looking at beautiful pictures. In this article we will go through some of the most inspiring pieces of working art you have ever seen.
This will motivate you to do your own art as well, which can be a very powerful thing in life. We live on a planet filled with amazing things, so why don’t you try to capture some of them?
Working art is the best way to show your creativity and make a living from it. But what is working art? A definition would be a piece of art that enables you to earn money from it.
At first this idea seems impossible, because very few people can create something that can outlive their own life and make money for them after they’re gone. But if we look closer there are a lot of examples: paintings, sculptures, books, music, buildings, etc. These are all things that can earn money over time.
Thing is there are many ways to earn money with working art. Some ways include selling originals or copies, renting originals or copies out, or providing a service related to the original or copy.
When you take a closer look at working art you see there are countless opportunities to create working art and earn money with it. And when you combine it with your other skills you will benefit from additional income sources. One example is photography. You can take photos and sell the photo for people to use as profile pictures on their blogs or Facebooks or Twitters. If you keep track of how many views your photos get then writing an ebook on how to take better photos get’s more realistic because of the audience you already have from your photos.
“Nature art” is the term which describes real-world objects which are adapted to suit human use. There are many different types of nature art, for example:
Existing natural objects which have been carved, shaped or otherwise modified to change their original form and/or function.
Naturally occurring materials/objects which have been arranged in an artistic manner to create an aesthetic effect.
Naturally occurring materials/objects which have been combined with man-made materials in order to create something new.
I have always been interested in art and design. And I believe that the world has a lot of modern art which is simply bizarre or ugly and does not deserve any appreciation! Therefore I would like to share a few examples of nature art (which I think are truly fascinating) together with you!
Over the past four decades, Paracosm has created an intricately detailed and utterly convincing world that lies just beyond our perception. Over time, his work has become more sophisticated and more complex, drawing from the most obscure realms of knowledge (including quantum physics and neuroscience) and employing techniques such as fractalization, digital cloning, and neural mapping to create a seamless illusion that it exists within our own reality.
The artist’s stated goal is to create “a sensory environment that stimulates the imagination.” The result is nothing short of remarkable: an entire universe in which you can get lost for hours at a time.
I have no idea what this is or what it does, but I love it anyway. The bright colors and graceful lines transcends its function to become art. The creator of this thing was not focused on “what’s the most efficient way to do this,” but on “what’s the most beautiful way to do this.” And the result is something that is not only practical, but something you can see and appreciate for it’s beauty.
It is said that art is a matter of taste, but that is not quite right. It is also a matter of quality. This simple example shows how two people with different tastes can both be right. This thing’s beauty strikes me as glorious and transcendent; someone else might think it garish and ugly. Each of us has our own aesthetic sense, which we may have cultivated or may have been born with.
What’s more, there are as many different kinds of quality as there are kinds of art. Some art speaks to us one way, some another; but all good art speaks to us in some way or another. Even if we don’t like the content, we may still notice the skill with which it has been composed or executed; even if we don’t like the skill, we may still be touched by
What a painting of the macrocosm is to the eye, a poem is to the mind…
Leaving aside the problem of how to write a poem, there’s still the problem of what to write. “Good poetry makes good sense,” said Alexander Pope; and Wordsworth agreed, saying that poetry should be as “the breath and finer spirit of all knowledge.”
The world doesn’t need another book of pretty lines. It needs another book of knowledge.
At least, it will when we have one.