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The Creative Process of Art
A discussion on the creative process of art with reference to the art of Albert Bierstadt, Jasper Johns and Christo.
# 129581 | 750 words | 0 sources | 2006 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Art (Artists)


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This paper disucsses the creative process with reference to the different styles and works of three artists, Albert Bierstadt, Jasper Johns, and Christo. The paper focuses on the idea that the artist fulfills four roles in some degree, by recording the world, by giving tangible form to ideas, by revealing hidden truths, and by helping shape how we see the world.

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"As is noted in "The Creative Process," the artist fulfills four roles in some degree, by recording the world, by giving tangible form to ideas, by revealing hidden truths, and by helping shape how we see the world (16). The creative process allows the artist to transform his or her experiences and reactions into a form of communication with others so as to shape their experience along similar lines. The artist may make the transformation of the real into an artistic experience consciously or unconsciously, may understand the process or simply be a tool of the process, may present the experience fully formed for the viewer or may require the participation of the viewer to create the experience at all."

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