Roger French Fry

In his article “An essay in aesthetics” he talks about what is considered art and what certain arts means in society. Human psychology and instinct are brought up. As artist we see life and recreate those things for other people to experience it. Everyone might see different subjects and experience another level of understanding from the same piece of work. This class is in place exactly for this reason, to understand what we are seeing. What ignites conversation becomes is different for every work but is important for someone to understand what the artists is trying to convey. It doesn’t take much energy or imagination to interpret art. Good art will stimulate all the senses and be rewarding for the viewer. The art itself transporting the viewer to another dimension.

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