Copyright, Jim LaneThis one I made up myself.
|This one is an adaptation. It originally read, "Life is art drawn |
without an eraser."
|For some students, the quotation might serve as their|
first introduction to the name, face, thoughts, and works
of the artist involved.
|Some of these quotations are quite famous and may already|
be familiar. I tried to choose some I'd never encountered before.
|This one has both a literal and figurative interpretation. |
It's uncertain which Picasso intended (perhaps both).
|The remainder deal not with what art is but factors such|
as imagination and creativity, as seen by non-artist.
|This one could not only introduce the artist to students|
for the first time, but serve as a lively topic of discussion.
|A familiar image given a whole new meaning. True, in essence, |
though Michelangelo may have oversimplified somewhat.
|One of those clever sound bytes I wish I'd thought of.|
|Not exactly the typical bulletin board item but ideal for a situation |
involving adult students who are often far too "up-tight" about
themselves, their art, and art in general.