He's really not my favorite artist but I can see a lot of positive things in his work.
Ultimately art is a subjective thing, so I don't really understand saying someone isn't an artist simply because someone doesn't like their work.He's really not my favorite artist but I can see a lot of positive things in his work.
But that's more of a philosophical discussion on the nature of art and aesthetics...
I really hope you are just trolling.
Christmas villages some people buy buildings for every year and set on their mantle place.
I meant to take the high road.... but I missed the exit.
Typical behavior for your typical hacktacular hack!
I think Thomas Kincaid's work can be said to be "pretty."
Some of the pictures are cozy, and I certainly couldn't paint close to that if I tried, but other than a warm fuzzy feeling from it, it doesn't really evoke much or inspire much IMO. I feel like it's just "oh here's a bunch of cozy homes with warm lights.....that's nice" Almost paints too perfect of a picture in the world we live in. What's left to be inspired about when everything is "just so" already in the paintings. But yeah, some of the paintings would look nice on a wall for a colorful effect.
This is the sort of art that I think does a better job of portraying hard-working people...
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ZOMG! This thread is cracking me up!
So, you're telling me that a picture of a cottage with the light shining on it provides hope? If so, it's the same kind of hope as the ending of a fairy tale: something totally unattainable. That isn't hope, that's delusions of grandeur.
Logic is in the eye of the logician --Gloria Steinem
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