Art, Arts & Music

How Art Has A Bigger Impact On Your Life Than You'd Expect It To

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By Nadine Hussain

Artworks are beautiful sights we have to acknowledge; they are palpable in our lives, and we can use them to help us have a boundless imagination.


They are connected to our pasts, present and futures. They also have strong control over our memories; emotions which we endure forever.

They are permanent as opposed to human beings’ beauty, which is definitely ephemeral because it has to fade away one day. Adding more art to our lives is what we need to cross the oceans, to observe the real beauty, to start reminiscing about the past and bring happiness and comfort to the present. Art is indispensable. We are now going to let you know how this is true.

Art and memories

Art has a great connection to our memories, as it is the only way to relate our beautiful moments, going over images taken in the past. If we are to go back further in time, those memories should bring us happiness and comfort, and all of that contributes a great deal to the importance of art in our lives. Those images don’t fade away but stay hindered by the shades of our memories every time we try to revive them.

Art as an expressive way that defines us

Sometimes, language is not sufficient to express what we feel deep down or to even faintly express our emotions. Art, however, is a sincere way to reflect what is repressed in our subconscious. It is symbolic of the need for feeling, and gives a profound and intense meaning to what we want to highlight. For example, the first thing that any child tends to use as an object to express his or herself is drawing. Why? Because it is simpler and more faithful to expose what is obstructed by so much confusion. It deepens the impression we as human beings leave.

Different insights

Art interprets our world in different ways; the joy we feel, the pain of suffering, our hopes and dreams, and our fears and regrets. It helps us see things differently, and that mostly depends on the way we portray it or observe it.

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It bridges gaps

Art has the ability to stir our imagination and portray it as reality. It connects us to our pasts, our homes, offices, and transmits emotions to others. It helps develop an understanding of who we are by revealing our real personalities. It answers the irrefutable questions for those who are thrilled to fill the blanks. It is a part of our humanity.

Highly disguised

It is a highly disguised way to criticize or to comment on what you dislike in society, trying to highlight it or shed light on it. That being said, you can bring people back to reality so they can notice the blurry visions that are important to be remarked.

A trail or footprint

It is a meaningful trail to leave for the next generation to understand what has been lost. It improves the brain’s function so it can think and feel at the same time. How gray our lives would be without art! It will turn out to be black and white if we don’t have the colors, paintings and the shades of art.

The excellence of every Art is its intensity, capable of making all disagreeables evaporate from their being in close relationship with Beauty and Truth. – John Keats

 

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