Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Cottage

"Art needs no justification." p. 229, Modern Art and the Death of a Culture, H. R. Rookmaaker

$70.00, $10.00 S & H
6" x 6" acrylic on watercolor paper 
ready to frame




So art has meaning as art because God thought it good to give art and beauty to humanity." p. 230, Modern Art and the Death of a Culture, H. R. Rookmaaker

"If we were able to break through this false duality, and see art again simply as art, with its own validity, art would regain its freedom, a part of human life, and acquire a renewed meaning in life. Neither art nor beauty needs to be justified or put on a pedestal. They are to be enjoyed and appreciated and practiced, in love and freedom, as a joy for ever, accepted as a great gift of God." p. 231, Modern Art and the Death of a Culture, H. R. Rookmaaker

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