This week Michael brings to our attention a concept/notion that is all around us and to which we respond in our own individual way.
What does the term ‘artwork’ mean to you?
Some dabble in it, some make a living from it, some have created a unique form of it.
We visit art galleries and make our own minds up as to the worth of any given artwork.
I see rabbits or fox cubs, human bodies, balloons, a horn and a bird in Michael’s illustration above, but that isn’t what he asked.
Hubby and I aren’t gallery visitors, but we appreciate a nice picture, painting, photograph or ornament.
When we lived on the boat, staff of one of the shops we often visited were really friendly, two of which were in their twenties and each had the most fantastic artwork visible.
One male, one female, they weren’t related neither were they in competition with each other, but every time we saw them, another piece had been added. It was tasteful and beautiful, delicate and intricate, but each newly added design complimented the existing ones.
The skill of the artist showed, so it came as no surprise that they used the same tattooist.