The “duplicate photos floating around on different platforms” dilemma of the artist, refers to the feeling of discontent one may feel during or after the following procedure: Take a photo, of your art, creation, or what have you Post your photo in one place, like a blog post, facebook post, in a gallery, or on… Continue reading Dilemma 011 – Art Photo Instances
It starts out as curiosity. Then you share it, and it turns you to a more goal or destination based direction, questioning value and purpose, taking away an amount of freedom from your perspective. When this leads you to uncertainty and stagnation, let curiosity take over once again, so that you may move.
The art of the journey, and not the art of reaching a destination. To want the specific is grounds for questing a destination. To want the unspecific is to be open, and is grounds for creating your self-guided path, questing for the sake of the journey, and it’s unrestricted and limitless possibilities.
Two times now, bursting with declaration to overhaul my perception and resolve.
The ship creaks on the waves, as the captain situates himself from one side to the other. The artist in the corner tells him a story, which helps him pass the time and keeps him from going insane on the endless ocean. The artist talks about how he didn’t bring his paintings with him on… Continue reading Carrying studio chair
Hello! Hello… I like Stasia Burrington’s art. I am an artist. I am seeking connections. I’m not sure how to proceed, yet here I am, proceeding anyway, the best way I know how. What image will I have.. What image do I want to have of myself. To justify my quality to match with others?… Continue reading Stick Men
This piece lay unclaimed, and unseen for most of the time since it was created, years ago. It was one of my earlier paintings, I can even say nostalgically that it was one of my first such paintings; on canvas, using acrylics, at my first apartment after moving out on my own… Year after year… Continue reading Explaining art’s context
At extremes, I can clearly realize that the context behind the art would be lost on others, and therefore intentions to sell are not on my mind, since the value is only known by me I feel it’s only place is in my care. Basically, I couldn’t imagine to give up such pieces. Looking at… Continue reading The value of art’s context