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Art is an expression made visible by a form. The expression contained in the form is an attempt to translate the
unnamed and the unknown. Intrinsic to our existence as humans is our quest to create meaning, and art allows that process to take place. Making meaning involves understanding our surroundings and marking our experiences.
Art, at its root, is an expression and the artist is an expresser, translating in order to create meaning. Art expresses and
translates, art acknowledges and reveals, art transfers and art intervenes.

If art seeks expression, it must also seek communication: a communication that translates the sought expression. Art,
with its nuances of creation and creating, metaphor and embedded meaning, can translate an expression in ways in which words
effectively fail. “The concept of significant form as an articulate expression of feeling, reflecting the verbally ineffable and
therefore unknown forms of sentience, offers at least a starting point for such inquires. All articulation is difficult, exacting, and

Art is a conduit for humanistic experiences and their ensuing complications. Life is complicated and life is messy; art is capable of translating life’s dichotomies, tensions and contradictions

Art can and does have an impact on the viewer. “Art is valuable in part because acquaintance with it does something for the acquainted”

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The artist is constantly searching for truths to express and attempting to express them. “The artist ‘sees’ the world through eyes trained to acutely appreciate color, light and shadow, surface and volume, and exteriorization of inner truths”

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