Blog: Art Elements From Non-objectivity, To concept, To Objectivity
Posted on August 05 2021
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It is very hard to take something that is nonobjective and find objectivity in it. Taking a nonobjective element and making it objective is the first step that the abstract artist takes when they begin to create a work of art. If the artist does not go beyond this first step, then he has not created a work of art. The next steps when creating a work of art is to make the nonobjective element objective. How that is done varies. For me, my next step is to take that unimagined element and imagine its objectivity and its reality. Then, it becomes a concept. Concepts are objective. So for me the first step is to take the nonobjective element and make it an object – by making it a concept.