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Celebrating Diversity #14What is art? Probably one of those questions that will remain without a definite and universal answer. However I think we all can identify art when we see it, even if we don't know to explain why.
Art has a very personal definition and there are no rights or wrongs. For me, art is to find beauty and something worth taking the time to pay close attention to, in everything that surrounds us.
Some people say everything is art. Some agree and some don't. Regardless of your position in this debate I think is safe to say that maybe not everything is art, but everything has the potential to be art, if we know where to look.
begin to rise by hsnCnc distance. by nrprtm
In a world as diverse as ours, there is an infinite plethora of things which are beautiful in their own way, it's just a matter o
Celebrating Diversity #7Writing this article will prompt me to go on a journey into the deviantART galleries I have rarely explored. I've chosen to feature some deviations from the Film & Animation, Traditional Art and People and Portraits Photography galleries!
Film & Animation
People & Portraits Photography
Lady of the lake by juliadavis Serenity... by januvargas Elfin Forest by EmilySoto
A Cowboys Fire by MikeysPhotos me by MartaSyrko
Here are previous Celebrating Diversity articles for your viewing pleasure:
Celebrating Diversity #2Welcome to the 2nd edition of Celebrating Diversity! This series of articles aims to bring you outside of your comfort zone in terms of Art and showcase from a wider range of galleries to embrace the diverse nature of the submissions to deviantART. Not only are we stepping you outside your normal 'go to' galleries - but we as the writers of this fantastic series, are visiting places that we wouldn't normally go to as well.
As humans , we are all different. We have so many types of all sorts of things in the world such as cars, jobs, flavours of crisps, hair colours and so on - as Charles De Gualle once said, " How can you govern a country that has 246 different types of cheese?" It's a challenge to embrace so many things, but one that we should try hard to accept.
Celebrating Diversity #15I enjoyed doing my last Celebrating Diversity article so much I decided to do another one!!! Have you looked at another gallery than your usual today????
Fire's Edge by SerenityinChainsCorpse de Ballet by aka-photography-uk
Nyx-inspired Commission by v-couture-boutiqueCarved Ostrich egg - 'Africa' by eggdoodlerRed + Gold Renaissance IV by paedess
Celebrating Diversity #1-14 found here:
Celebrating Diversity #3Hello, everyone!
When we don't see enough of a particular art form, it is difficult for us to understand or appreciate it. This project aims to bring you features that you might not have seen otherwise from a variety of galleries around dA. For example, I tend to live and breathe photomanipulations and (to a lesser extent) digital art, and I really enjoyed taking a moment to browse the non-photomanipulation galleries for treasures. I found many, and I hope you will enjoy the features I have chosen.
These are the things I love:
Syringe by MothOfDoom31
Mag by Elisanth
Brain Tower by Almacan
silent noise by sainisjohray
Lives in a dream.... by TriciaS
JUST FOR YOU by ARTBYTERESA
Don't Cry by NicksPencilArt
Begin 73 by Craig-Larsen
Pain... by Vishw
Life can be so colorful by dansch
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