The Voice of Art

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The Voice of Art – Importance of Art  

I would like to share with you “Why Art is Important”. And the best way I can think of to begin is with a quote from Victor Pinchuk –

“Art, freedom, and creativity will change society faster than politics.”

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Indeed, there are many reasons why art is important. So, I will share a few that relate to me. For, art touches all and enriches our lives while providing a common language to all people and all nationalities. Whether we are Young/old, rich/poor, collectors/non-collectors, we all can experience art.

Art transcends boundaries; it just speaks to all who want to gaze upon it. It can entertain, educate, provoke thought and illicit diverse emotions. Additionally, art can unlock profound human understanding and accomplishment. Indeed, it has the power to bring all of us together. It empowers us all through its simple truth and nourishes our society through its voiceless inspiration.

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The Voice of Art and its Importance

For, art is one of the many forms to express our creativity; and can you imagine a world without the freedom to express creativity. It would be dead, for art brings the world to life. The voice of art provides a freedom to imagine, experience, and connect with each other.

Art is not just about the artist; it is about the viewer’s connection to the work. Truly, art can be considered the tree of life; and we all know how important a tree is to our life’s existence.

I close with a couple of quotes:

“Art is important. We tend to think it is a luxury, but it gives people deep pleasure because beauty is the personifications of hope that something grander is at work.”
– Gil Dellinger, Painter.

“Art is a nation’s most precious heritage. For it is in our works of art that we reveal to ourselves and to others the inner vision which guides us as a nation. And where there is no vision, the people perish.”
 –Lyndon Johnson, on signing into existence the National Endowment on the Arts

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Thank you for the opportunity to share with you the importance of art.

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