“Good art conveys ideas, emotions and, the motive behind its creation. Beyond the aesthetic, we must persevere for a balance of emotions. Used until turned into a cliche but still, beauty lies in the eye of the beholder. Changing mediums lend credence to changing perceptions. But powerful art is an expression that is above medium, language or craft, for it speaks of lived experience. Rebecca Louis Law claims that her best pieces of work were produced when she had been challenged in life.
There is no universal formula to create a piece of art. Everyone has to find their own path. But forging a connection with the viewer is fairly universal. It needs to have some element of truth to it that resonates with the viewer and leaves them with something, even after they’ve left the piece.
You are left with questions? Perhaps, it teaches you what you want to learn? It draws from the artist’s experiences only to make you reminisce about your own.”