My 35 Words: Question

It’s important that your mind is engaged when new information is being presented to you; not to just believe and accept everything that you read or is told to you. You have to ask, research, and think critically. To have a question answered, is to be educated. Thinking about art: to fully understand a piece of art, you have to understand it’s context and go beyond the obvious by asking questions. Do you agree, that once you interact with art in this way, you will get a lot more out of it– when you go beyond the literal paint stroke?

My 35 Words: Question

Rachel Heu's 35 Words: Question

3″x5″ illustration of the word, Question. Media: Colored pencil, marker, pigment liner. Rachel Heu‘s My 35 Words, FineArtWorkshop.org

About Rachel Heu

"Creativity is an act of defiance. You're challenging the status quo. You're questioning accepted truths and principles. You're asking three universal questions that mock conventional wisdom: Why do I have to obey the rules? Why can't I be different? Why can't I do it my way?" --Twyla Tharp, The Creative Habit: Learn It and Use It For Life (pg. 133)
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