How does one begin to define a true artist? Well, one less than challenging way of doing this might be from adopting the old dictum that it takes one to know one. You see, an online scribe is no less of an artist than the fine artist responsible for preparing those finely composed group, ladies and mens portraits for the fine patrons out there. The artist responsible for those fine portraits also has other gifts, talents and capabilities as well.
The very same artist is able to produce beautiful still life portraitures as well. She can do panoramic landscapes too. These are the canvasses that you would traditionally be pinning to your walls or placing on your desk or mantelpiece. But the skilled and experienced fine artist can, quite literally, undertake mammoth projects as well. It is here that only the finest fine artists are called upon, requested to perform, and create large murals for wide open public spaces, with the express intention of being noticed by the general and passing public.
Not just so that art is to be noticed, sending out a particular message, but to beautify. Take the online and artistic scribe once more. It takes one to know one. Words on this page will stay here forever, that is the beauty of the internet. But what of the tangible fine art collections? Can they not be preserved? Yes, and they should be. The skilled fine artist now has the use of the internet as well. Very helpful indeed.
So many opportunities out there to win affection and custodianship. Utilizing fine photographic and graphic design skills, fine art can be preserved on the internet for all eternity as well. Ah, art for art’s sake.