Best 114 of Arts quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 19 Sep

Junichiro Tanizaki

Un genio conversa con otro genio cara a cara, lo que no solo supone una alegría recíproca, sino también una dicha para el universo entero. Esa alegría existe y el universo existe también. El día que los genios no se reconozcan unos a otros, el mundo se oscurecerá y la Tierra dejará de dar vueltas sobre su eje

By Anonym 16 Sep

David Foster Wallace

It’s of some interest that the lively arts of the millennial U.S.A. treat anhedonia and internal emptiness as hip and cool. It’s maybe the vestiges of the Romantic Weltschmerz, which means world-weariness or hip ennui. Maybe it’s the fact that most of the arts here are produced by world-weary and sophisticated older people and then consumed by younger people who not only consume art but study it for clues on how to be cool, hip–and keep in mind that, for kids and younger people, to be hip and cool is the same as to be admired and accepted and included and so Unalone. Forget so-called peer-pressure. It’s more like peer-hunger. No? We enter a spiritual puberty where we snap to the fact that the great transcendent horror is loneliness, excluded encagement in the self.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Tori Easter

Art has a way of expressing the thoughts, feelings, and events of the artist. Some paintings show things as simple as merry childhood memories while others have the complexity of inner strife and pain. Whatever the art, there will always be a meaning.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Natasha Tsakos

There is a Revolution, it’s a human and technological revolution

By Anonym 18 Sep

S. M. Stevens

The first few weeks of school were always surreal, like you landed on an alien planet with strange teachers and unfamiliar classrooms, even though the lockers and cafeteria seemed familiar.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Kytka Hilmar-jezek

As I sit here on a snowy morning watching the flakes gently fall outside my window, I look at the 300-year-old building across the street and the beautifully carved angels on its facade. There was a time people would create, just to give something beautiful to the world which we are so blessed to live in and a time when people understood the work of all of the arts.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Theresa Sjoquist

I have never found a solo life is devastated.At times it is lonely.It is a selfish life doing only the things you want to do. That is what the general public are jealous of but are not prepared to take the loneliness to reap the excitement that only solos can accept without having to consider others.

By Anonym 16 Sep

A. Jarrell Hayes

Give a poet a pen

By Anonym 16 Sep

Charles Baudelaire

How convenient it is to declare that everything is totally ugly within the habit of the époque, rather than applying oneself to extract from it the dark and cryptic beauty, however faint and invisible it is.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Natasha Tsakos

Creativity is the DNA of innovation, the virus of evolution, the antidote to automation

By Anonym 18 Sep

Donato Dicristino

The glamorous life is a facade, a fraud a farce of frivolous trite The storybook is blank inside Chivalry has died

By Anonym 19 Sep

Tamuna Tsertsvadze

We artists are often counted as awkward by people who know nothing of how it feels to have another spirit live within you - the muse... Even some artists don't understand us, the mused ones, as our muses have faces and clearly appear to us, while all they have is the inspiration and not the muse. But ancient people knew of them... They said muses were goddesses and ruled upon the arts... It is true. When a muse forms into your mind and splits your spirit in two, you are already seized by it, controlled by it, and so you are bound to serve it and create masterpieces... It is not just we who create muses. They create us too. They form us into who we are.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Veronika Carnaby

I’m convinced that the arts could be something of a higher power.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Karim Raslan

Each and every artist must embody these two qualities, truth and beauty. Not beauty in the sense recognised by the public at large, but from the point of view of aesthetics as understood by the artist himself.

By Anonym 18 Sep

T. A. Uner

The beauty of art is that it comes from the heart.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Editor

There is no limit to what a person can do that has been inspired by the arts!

By Anonym 16 Sep

Nuno Roque

Fascinated by the great symbols of the collective history, I use them as an alphabet to communicate.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Byrd Gibbens

Many native traditions held clowns and tricksters as essential to any contact with the sacred. People could not pray until they had laughed, because laughter opens and frees from rigid preconception. Humans had to have tricksters within the most sacred ceremonies for fear that they forget the sacred comes through upset, reversal, surprise. The trickster in most native traditions is essential to creation, to birth.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Ludvig Holberg

Men jeg drister mig, uden Vanitet, at sige, at vore Nordiske Tilskuere, helst af Middelstand, ere langt beqvem-mere Dommere herudi, end de Parisiske: Thi hvis de første ikke have saa fiin Smag som de sidste, saa have de den dog ikke saa selsom og fordærved.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Lailah Gifty Akita

The world needs great inspires, who will encourage every living soul to reach their highest potential. You can be one.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Natasha Tsakos

To create different work, one needs new tools and materials

By Anonym 16 Sep

Angelica Hopes

Feed your creative mind. Feed your joyful, selfless heart. Feed your soul to grow. Feed with books, music, painting or arts, Feed with your special favorite passion you joyfully share near or far apart.

By Anonym 19 Sep

John Ashbery

Walter Pater said that all the arts aspire to the condition of music, but I’ve always felt that music aspires to the condition of words.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Marcel Proust

He was one of that class of men who, apart from a scientific career in which they may well have proved brilliantly successful, have acquired an entirely different kind of culture, literary or artistic, for which their professional specialisation has no use but by which their conversation profits.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Sara Sheridan

Many existing top 20 Scottish writers have flourished in part because of good turns done by institutions, arts community, libraries and bookshops.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Junichiro Tanizaki

El muchacho le explicó, como pronunciando un sermón, que el mundo de los hombres era vil y estaba lleno de mentiras. En él, solo el arte conducía a la vida verdadera y eterna, y él mismo era grande porque sabía lo que se encontraba más allá de las puertas del arte. La muchacha no podía dudar de la nobleza de sus palabras.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Ellen Goodlett

Describing the Arts to someone who had never tithed was as impossible as explaining an extra sense. The Arts tasted green, smelled like adrenaline, sounded cold.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Pitirim Sorokin

The fine arts are one of the most sensitive mirrors of society and culture of which they are an important part. What society and culture are, such will their fine arts be. If the culture is predominantly sensate, sensate also will be its dominant fine arts. If the culture is unintegrated, chaotic and eclectic also will be its fine arts. Since contemporary Western culture is predominantly sensate, and since the crisis consists in the disintegration of its dominant supersystem, so the contemporary crisis in the fine arts must also exhibit a desintegration of the sensate form of our painting and sculpture, music, literature, drama and architecture.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Julie Anne Long

She did draw and paint and did both diligently, but possessed modest talent. She didn't mind. Her gift and passion lay in the observation and recognition of talent and beauty, whether it was found in the work of an Italian master or the profile of a viscount-to-be.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Michael Bassey Johnson

Arts without a spiritual relative is like frying buns with water.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Timothy Simpson

The proliferation of creative power can transform the world for all of its inhabitants.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Veronika Carnaby

It's quite simple. I just don't feel right without a pen in my hand denting a hole through my notepad.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Tom Althouse

Theater is the crucible where we can create the dynamics of life without suffering the flames of their combustion.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Caitlin Moran

It was good to be gay on Top of the Pops years before it was good to be gay in Parliament, or gay in church, or gay on the rugby pitch. And it’s not just gay progress that happens in this way: 24 had a black president before America did. Jane Eyre was a feminist before Germaine Greer was born. A Trip to the Moon put humans on the Moon in 1902. This is why recent debates about the importance of the arts contain, at core, an unhappy error of judgment. In both the arts cuts—29 percent of the Arts Council’s funding has now gone—and the presumption that the new, “slimmed down” National Curriculum will “squeeze out” art, drama and music, there lies a subconscious belief that the arts are some kind of . . . social luxury: the national equivalent of buying some overpriced throw pillows and big candle from John Lewis. Policing and defense, of course, remain very much “essentials”—the fridge and duvets in our country’s putative semi-detached house. But art—painting, poetry, film, TV, music, books, magazines—is a world that runs constant and parallel to ours, where we imagine different futures—millions of them—and try them out for size. Fantasy characters can kiss, and we, as a nation, can all work out how we feel about it, without having to involve real shy teenage lesbians in awful sweaters, to the benefit of everyone’s notion of civility.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Karla Perry

The kingdom of God works in all spheres of culture, whether church, family, education, government, arts, business, or media. It is time to stop operating under the mindset that these spheres ought to be separated into secular and Christian, hoarding all the ‘sanctified spheres’ into the church, thereby leaving the world struggling in a vacuum of death. When we suck all the living water into the church, the world is left to die of thirst.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Nuno Roque

I'm a Joker. Dangerous and silly at the same time.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Natasha Tsakos

We know the Arts are the archives of our human history, the wind of invention and the heartbeat of humanity

By Anonym 19 Sep

Ray Bradbury

We need our Arts to teach us how to breathe

By Anonym 19 Sep

Natasha Tsakos

There are 2 types of artist: those who create for others in mind those who create for themselves either way, none are truly independent.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Leonard Bernstein

The point is, art never stopped a war and never got anybody a job. That was never its function. Art cannot change events. But it can change people. It can affect people so that they are changed... because people are changed by art – enriched, ennobled, encouraged – they then act in a way that may affect the course of events... by the way they vote, they behave, the way they think.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Steve Martin

Everything was dragging me toward the arts; even the study of modern philosophy suggested that philosophy was nonsense.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Donna Goddard

When there is no tension between the inner beingness and that which is being expressed, there is grace.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Francis A. Schaeffer

The Christian should be the man with the flaming imagination and the beauty of creation.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Kelli Russell Agodon

We must lice with our hearts in our hands - like Mary. We must hold the blood- red heart and no be disappointed when others look away.

By Anonym 17 Sep

David Lodge

London, December 1915. In the master bedroom (never was the estate agent's epithet more appropriate) of Flat 21, Carlyle Mansions, Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, the distinguished author is dying - slowly, but surely. In Flanders, less than two hundred miles away, other men are dying more quickly, more painfully, more pitifully - young men, mostly, with their lives still before them, blank pages that will never be filled. The author is seventy-two. He has had an interesting and varied life, written many books, travelled widely, enjoyed the arts, moved in society (one winter he dined out 107 times), and owns a charming old house in Rye as well as the lease of this spacious London flat with its fine view of the Thames. He has had deeply rewarding friendships with both men and women. If he has never experienced sexual intercourse, that was by his own choice, unlike the many young men in Flanders who died virgins either for lack of opportunity or because they hoped to marry and were keeping themselves chaste on principle.

By Anonym 16 Sep

David Mccullough

In America, applause is won only by physical exertion.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Kamand Kojouri

It’s so easy to lose faith and become lost in all of the politics of the world. That’s why we need the arts. To sublimate our frustration and anger into something beautiful. Freud called sublimation a virtuous defence mechanism because it is in the arts that we can find our humanity.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Heidi Rew

With crafting, you can never make a mistake because it's your own unique creation.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Periyar E. V. Ramasamy

We do not need to explain how the Aryans entered and settled in the Dravidian country (tira¯vit»a na¯» t»u), and subjugated and oppressed the Dravidians. Nor do we need to explain how before the Aryans entered the Dravidian country, the Dravidian country had a civilization and arts of the highest rank.

By Anonym 20 Sep

S. M. Stevens

When a show ends, for a few days, my body sizzles with leftover energy, like a tree in the wake of a lightning strike.