The Definition of Beauty and Art
Art is a design, something we all do. Art is an expression of our thoughts, feelings, intuitions, and desires, but it’s more private than that: it’s about sharing how we encounter. It’s intimate concepts’ communication that may not be portrayed by voice alone. And since words alone are not sufficient, we must find some other vehicle to carry our aim.
However, the content that we instill on or in our chosen media isn’t in itself the artwork. Art is to be found in the media is used, the way where the content is expressed.
What is a beauty? Beauty is more than cosmetic. There are plenty of images available in the local home however these we may not refer to as amazing, and it is not tough to discover works of expression we might agree are beautiful that are not quite. Beauty is a measure of impact, a measure of calmness.
Beauty is the indicator of effective communication between participants — that the conveyance of theory between the perceiver and the artist. The artwork is successful in portraying the artist’s deep intended emotions, the concepts, whether they’re pretty and bright, or dark and sinister. But neither the artist nor the observer can be certain of communication in the end. Thus beauty in art is now subjective.
The difference between art and beauty is that art is all about who has generated it, whereas beauty depends on who’s looking.
Naturally, there are standards of beauty — that which is seen as ‘traditionally’ lovely. The match changes — that the square pegs, so to speak are people who chose specifically to go against them simply to prove a point and watched traditional standards of beauty. Take Picasso, Munch, Schoenberg. They’ve made a stand against these norms. Otherwise, their artwork is similar to all other artwork: its only purpose is to be seasoned, appraised and understood (or not).
Art is a means to convey a feeling or an opinion, or to create a different perspective of earth, whether it be inspired by the work of different people or something invented that new. Beauty is whatever facet of that feel positive or thankful. Beauty is not art, but art is made of, around or even for beautiful things. Beauty can be seen in a snowy mountain landscape: art is its photograph revealed to household, its oil interpretation hung in a gallery, or even the audio score recreating the scene in crotchets and quavers.
But art is not necessarily favorable: it could be displeasing or hurtful: it can force you to think about or think about things which you would not. But if it arouses an emotion from you, then it’s art.