Up to the Nose - Ivan Puig
Last summer I was attending an arts class, there, painting was what they were doing, canvas, watercolor, pencil color, and stuff, were the things my classmates were working with.
After a few days, I was wondering, how is that someone or any work, become a piece of art?
What are the points where in a relative way, does people take to understand or to label something like a “Piece of Art?
I was thinking for while… is that the technique? the size? the realism?
I have to admit it, I never found the answer. But a conclusion came to me.
Probably, people has become so empty, that they only wants empty things, empty art.
People became so cold, and with no feelings, and probably, art’s becoming empty too.
[…] was still thinking […]
Art is relative, it’s uncertain, but, it is still beautiful. 
Probably art, all of the existing arts, need to have certain point of beauty, though this one is still relative. 
Any kind of work, where you put your soul and your escence, no matter what it is. If it has the “Relative Beauty” you can considere it as “art”

Up to the Nose - Ivan Puig

Last summer I was attending an arts class, there, painting was what they were doing, canvas, watercolor, pencil color, and stuff, were the things my classmates were working with.

After a few days, I was wondering, how is that someone or any work, become a piece of art?

What are the points where in a relative way, does people take to understand or to label something like a “Piece of Art?

I was thinking for while… is that the technique? the size? the realism?

I have to admit it, I never found the answer. But a conclusion came to me.

Probably, people has become so empty, that they only wants empty things, empty art.

People became so cold, and with no feelings, and probably, art’s becoming empty too.

[…] was still thinking […]

Art is relative, it’s uncertain, but, it is still beautiful. 

Probably art, all of the existing arts, need to have certain point of beauty, though this one is still relative. 

Any kind of work, where you put your soul and your escence, no matter what it is. If it has the “Relative Beauty” you can considere it as “art”