Month: November 2016

Inspirational Art Quotes from Famous Artists for Expressing Their Thoughts

Art Quotes is The Creativity of Artist for Express His Thoughts

 Importance of Art Painting

The expressions when converted into words are quotations. The artistic world is mostly expressed with the help of quotations. Painting, movie scenes, musical compositions are mostly understood by quotes. They are mostly attributed by citation to its original source. Highlighting the art quotations we mostly focus on abstract art, sketching and those paintings which require few words to express their concept. A work of art is visual arts or simply a piece of conceptual art, which definitely is understood by the artist. The viewer or the interested people can’t get the picture which an artist is trying to show in many of their works, thus a quotation is an art of explaining the artistic views in an interesting way. It also attracts the viewer. In other words the quotations basically illustrate the original imagery and explain the background of the image.


Variety of Art Quotes

Art quotations are used for a variety of reasons; firstly, the quotations illuminate the artistic meaning and also supports the artistic work and clear it’s arguments in which it is quoted, to directly provide a clear image view about the work, which may include canvas paintings, sketching, sculptures or any other kind of artistic work being quoted, thus representing the work either in positive way or negative, highlighting the original author, also paying homage to the original work.  Mainly the art canvas has a lesser value if not highlighted with a perfect quote. Artistic quotations are meaningful when copyright law is followed; these carry philosophical thoughts together with and ever ending imagination.

 Different Arts Quotes Styles

 Deepness of Art Painting

Different arts carry out different methods and styles to represent their ideas and these ideas are further expressed more beautifully with the help of quotations. Thus every artist, author quotes the quotations according to the art work. This allows the individual to observe the perfect image plus its background, because every piece of art has its own deep roots.

Categories: Art Quotes

Types of Fine Art Painting,Canvas and Art of Photography

The Basic Concept of Fine Art Painting and Art of PhotographyBoat at the beach painting

Fine art prints are those which are created on the paper with deep thought and concept. The basic concept behind creating fine art prints is to make something look artistic but at the same time realistic. Fine art prints are not those which look like the recreated versions of some natural images or pictures. These prints are entirely different from the art of photography and it depicts the thought of the creator.

The process of creating fine art prints is very complex. There are numerous steps for making a single fine art print. The creator makes different patterns and then merges them creatively to form the final product.

For creating these fine art prints inks are transferred from a matrix to the paper through a screen. There are different types of matrices used for transferring the ink. Some of the common types of matrices are stone, polymers, metals, woodcuts and linoleum.

A complex process of making fine art prints is not completed with a single techniqueEgle Painting. In fact there are four main types of techniques used to make fine art prints.

  1. Stencil: in this type of technique ink is hard-pressed through the screen before it eventually passes to the paper.
  2. Intaglio aquatint: In intaglio aquatint technique ink is passed below the matrix and then to the screen.
  3. Relief: this is the simplest technique in which the direct application of ink on to the surface of matrix is practiced.
  4. Planographic: In Planographic technique no damage is caused to the matrix during the transfer of ink so it maintains its shape and surface.


Unique textures are also added during the production of fine art canvas. these textures are not developed by hand. This type of fine art prints having textures came under the category of contemporary fine art print.


Categories: Fine Art