Seeing the World Through the Eyes of an Artist

“A painter should begin every canvas with a wash of black, because all things in nature are dark except where exposed by the light.” 
― Leonardo da Vinci

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Nature with its majestic domes, flying vapors, enchanting greenery, dashing white caps, and its waters turquoise hue can be alluring to any eye – whether artist or not. Though, through the eyes of one that has come to see art in any surrounding; nature and it’s exuberant colors can be transformed onto paper or camra through the eyes of one that sees every light brush of snow, every wedge of rock, dusting of seeding or shrub.

Nothing escapes the eye of an artists. Every perfect and unique detail gets captured with one snap of the leans; one stroke of the brush; and a few patient dustings of lead from a pencils tip. Though their eyes and the art that an artist creates, the world is enabled to partake in nature’s beauty; just because the artists took the time to snap the lends or move the paint brush at the right moment.

“Where the spirit does not work with the hand, there is no art.” Leonardo da Vinc

You see through anyone that has the ability to see and mimic creation into sculptures or sketches. Humanity will be seeing through your eyes, the eyes that saw its beauty in every beautiful or imaginable way. We all don’t see beauty or draw it the same, but what we all see is art and what comes out of us is so unique that no other being can try to master are very own ways of ‘drawing’ art.

The world is so beautiful that is has caused me many times to stop and make somthing out of it, so that meany more people can enjoy. I have found that art is really a way to express the emotions and images of what we see and feel – inside and around us. If we aren’t motivated, or are depressed and forget to look around us, we can miss a lot.

So, keep your head up, get along for awhile, breath in the scents, vapors, sights, and sounds of nature; and learn to cherish and grasp it so others also can enjoy its magnificent beauty.

“Eleanor was right. She never looked nice. She looked like art, and art wasn’t supposed to look nice; it was supposed to make you feel something.” 
― Rainbow Rowell, Eleanor & Park

Another breath-taking thing to realize is that you, yourself are art. You ask, “How could I be art?” Or more precise, “How could one so flawed be art?” No one’s perfect, we all have are misgivings and flaws; but the glorious thing to realize that art isn’t perfect either! Art was never meant to be perfect. There will always going to be some kind of flaw or thing we don’t see right about it, but art was never meant to be perfect. Art was meant to make you feel somthing or see somthing a different way. Just remember, art is you, and what you create, no matter how flawed or unworthy of expectation. Always remember that others can see threw your eyes and what you see must not be perfect, but mystifying, breathtaking and will make another shout,“supercalifragilisticexpialidocious!“

Whether you are good at art or not; it doesn’t matter. What matters is that you are able to express yourself and find beauty in the small things.

Plus art isn’t just charcoal and paints: it’s elaborate sculptures, well-structured businesses, industrial wonders, beautifully, crafted pastries, exquisite flowers, elegant outfits, awing sketches. Theses all are true works of art, and threw them we can see nature and beauty.

Always remember that at the hand of an artist extraordinary things can arise, and that your not perfect, but through you the world can see the art of nature. So, in the words of E.A. Bucchianeri, from Brushstrokes of a Gadfly, “Make your lives a masterpiece, you only get one canvas.” 

Here’s a few images of my kind of art, thought definitely not without a-few imperfections. Even though, I tried to show nature, humanity, and feeling threw theses few imperfect sketches and photos:

My art:

“Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.” 
― Edgar Degas

Me, practicing the scorpion (and failing miserably) in this stunning AK winter-wounderland.
—Ancient Rome. “Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.” Confucius
“Oh, winters golden drops and summers honey dew—how could I ever choose?”
“Black and white creates a strange dreamscape that color never can.”
Jack Antonoff

I have shown you my art, what’s yours? Comment below if you’d like to convey you art. And thanks a million for checking my post out.

Keep shining and enjoy the wounders of nature!

14 thoughts on “Seeing the World Through the Eyes of an Artist

  1. Who!! Your writing is solid GOLD!! I love your poetic way of putting words. This is such a powerful message painted beautifully by the hand of a TRUE ARTISTS. Keep inspiring us all girl!!

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  2. “nature and it’s exuberant colors” = its

    “its waters turquoise hue” = water’s or waters’

    “snap the lends” = lens

    “one snap of the leans” = lens

    “paper or camra” = camera

    “we all have are misgivings ” = our

    “master are very own ways” = our

    “make somthing” = something

    “others can see threw your eyes” = through

    “thought definitely” = though

    “that your not perfect” = you’re

    “winters golden drops and summers honey dew” = winter’s, summer’s

    For me it’s hard to enjoy a written text when my eyes stumble over glaring mistakes in nearly every sentence and rip me out of my meditation on your words. Sorry. Maybe I’m just OCD or it’s my ESLer’s mind that makes me notice those errors. They’re errors anyway.

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    1. Oh, yes….I actually appreciate that you would let me know my grammar mistakes. Saying how punctuation and spelling is not my strong points…😁
      Thanks, for writing my fallouts and i’ll try to go back over….


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