Consolidation of Favorite Quotes. Installation One

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Consolidation of my favorite quotes. Installation One.

  1. I put my heart and my soul into my work, and have lost my mind in the process. – Vincent Van Gogh van gogh

  2. I dream my painting, and then I paint my dream. ~ Vincent Van Gogh

  3. Lean your body forward slightly to support the guitar against your chest, for the poetry of the music should resound in your heart. ~ Andres Segovia

  4. I know that to paint the sea really well, you need to look at it every hour of every day in the same place so that you can understand its way in that particular spot and that is why I am working on the same motifs over and over again, four or six times even. ~ Claude Monet

  5. I do not paint a portrait to look like the subject, rather does the person grow to look like his portrait.” ~ Salvador Dali

  6. It’s kind of 19th century tradition that practice should be hard work, leftover from the Victorian thing. I think this is a totally destructive idea. The essence of the thing is that the work should be enjoyable…. When people are learning instruments, they should be encouraged and advised: if they say they don’t enjoy their practice, I always say, well, FIND a way to enjoy it.
    ~ John Williams, RealVideo interview at The Guitarist web site, May 1999

  7. It took me time to understand my water lilies. I had planted them for the pleasure of it; I grew them without ever thinking of painting them. ~ Claude Monet

  8. Great things are not done by impulse, but by a series of small things brought together. ~Van Gogh

Consolidation of my favorite quotes. There are inspiring, timeless and motivational.

There were from my older posts, where I’m trying to list it out in 3 installations.

Making as a re-post, while those singular post will be deleted.

This blog and the rest of them are undergoing an ‘overhaul’ of categories and tags.

Refining them by narrowing into primary and secondary topics, and omitting those arbitrary and irrelevant categories.

To Include Digital Art for Social Blogging


Never have I made any attempt to blog about digital art from various selective artists and designers. There are interesting creativity to learn from. The idea of including digital art into the category of topics was only recently.

Today’s technology of internet brings the world closer to each other. Hence, social networking has inextricably intertwined those creative and inspiring talents in the world wide web community.Writings

Contribution and sharing are important factors to drive social blogging. And I think that is the crux of the subject-matter encircling in all my blogs.

Months ago, I’ve written some art posts from few new artists around the world. I have published them in my self-hosted blogs.

Their artworks range from portrait paintings to photography, and abstract art to color paintings.

It’s my honorable pleasure to receive the given opportunity from those artists who entrusted my earnest contribution for them. Their positive confidence on my content-writing is, thus, the most vital step to make two hands to clap.

No talented artists want to have their reputation tarnished by some online strangers who ended up messing their original works.

In return, there are generous to share my contributed post in their social network pages and profile.

These simple gestures exchanges a friendly closure for social blogging for their artwork.

Likewise, in this blog that has been talking about social blogging, would also want to allocate future written-post for selective works of digital art illustrated by visual artists and graphic designers.

Photo images, Credit Flickr member: deathtiny42 (Brice Ambrosiak)

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