Preface: In the Making
First I would like to state that the blogs I will be posting will be my artistic freedoms to bullet point the key points of each interest and revisit the Summary of the main point with or without a example. Each bullet will be my personal definition to the interests I visit.
-Traditional Artist of the 20th century: a cultural of artist adoption in combination or in the identity of initiating and adapting “Change” Its mutating all around us
-Artistic Freedom: A free status establishes responsibility, challenge , and choices for the inventory or artist.
-Boundless Artist: Control of specific form of art or craft with Regulation.
-Self Declaration: Free to their own artistic goals, and own manners of expression
-Less Favorable: The Population of artist increases and becomes more competitive
brown ink with wash and pencil
280” x 280” mm
Now why the hell did I write Traditional artist, Artistic freedom, Boundless artist, Self Declaration, and Less favorable? As an artist we must think about these things in one point of our lives. When we are first becoming an artist , we are in the mode of “Self-Declaration”. We are free to create our own goals, our own manners of expression. Traditional artist depends on the time frame, but today it means change. Everything changing all the time and we must adapt to change. For example, the population of artist increases and the competition as well. The artist must have the artistic freedom and choices then becoming a boundless artist. A “boundless artist” or a guild system was used in international intuition in the 15th century and then collapsed at the end of the 19th century. The guild system was credited by launching the “Artistic freedom”.
Found Dope: Part II (detail)
found objects on paper
28 in. x 39 in.
Eve Hesse, Candy Jernigan and Damien Hirst demonstrated this in their pieces of artwork. Each piece of work I believe is a timeline change. Eve’s artwork demonstrates change (Traditional Artist) in 1967. Candy demonstrates the self declaration, because he doesn’t care if the piece is about drugs, its his own expression of that time period. Damien demonstrates the control or regulation I believe in the 20th century. Not so the fact of art and craft regulation, but what’s going on with the government regulations (Boundless Artist)
Controlled Substances Key Spot Print (Controlled Substances)
silkscreen print with glaze and debossed edge
506 x 490 mm