Quote 14

 

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As an artist, I believe the way you create a piece of art is never incorrect. But always undefined, there is never a mistake. Yes you might not like what you put there, but it doesn’t mean it’s wrong.

If you were to show everyone what you have right now, there would be multiple responses and thoughts. Nothing is perfect in art and simply in this world. Nothing will be perfect or ever will be perfect. Without mistakes you would never learn.

When you “mess” up on your piece of art, you have only created a new piece. One you don’t agree with but many others would. So don’t always go for being perfect because don’t expect the best end result. Like I said, this goes for art and in the “real world”.

Planning the future right there, don’t mistake yourself and lie. Just create as you go. Sometimes just doing things at the moment is easier than planning a million things out. For example, my art, I could sit here all day think what to create. Or just get a piece of paper/canvas and just force myself to begin, see what happens. Possibly the best thing in the world.

I’ve created some of my best pieces of art on “accident” I didn’t even think about it. It was just created, I don’t know how I made it. It just happened. Maybe you should try it sometime.

This quote applies to art and everything else in this world, we will never be perfect, but all we can do is attempt. Not all of our eyes see the same.

29 thoughts on “Quote 14

  1. When I was subbing for art, the kids would always say “I messed up” and I’d be like “There are no mistakes in art…art is all about ‘messing up’–because art is supposed to be fun not perfect!”

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