"Then again the great artist, besides aiming at perfection of form searches for truth. He never, in any of his works, allows what he knows to be false to remain. If he believes a work to be false in any part he will change, destroy or abandon it. The longer he works the more exacting he becomes in the demand for what is true. This insistence upon truth is of great importance today. The invention of atomic weapons is a far less sinister threat to human happiness than the discovery of the power of untruth. The realisation this it is possible to influence millions by the deliberately told lie is one of the most dreadful threats that civilisation
Thank you so much for attempting to steal my account yesterday.
It is received as a great compliment to me that you would try to do such a thing. I can only assume that your reasons for doing so were with the intention to do one of two things. The first being that you wanted to kidnap my account for the purposes of stealing or changing my work, which I take as the highest form of compliment; the other more nefarious reason I can think of is that your intention was to masquerade as me for the purpose of creating trouble between myself and the many great friends I have made here.
I do not have the time or inclination to go into further detail
For this posting on Traditional Art Day I would like to concentrate on three very different Artists working in Traditional Media.
I ask you to consider that these Artists are working from Austria, India and The United States, illustrating the truth that visual art is a global language, and Traditional Art is very much alive here at deviantArt, speaking volumes!
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Birgit takes me places... She takes me to some beautiful, peaceful, silent places. Her landscapes go on forever and take you with them if you let them. This is what happens when I los