Arts Creativity Tech

Art constitutes thought’s core

We don’t make art because we need to. We do it because we have to. It’s not just an addiction; it is therapy.

Without our work or side projects we are an empty shell. Each project gives us meaning.

Yet, the tendency to overthink our work’s value often misconstrues the act of performing it. Sometimes making stuff doesn’t need thought nor interpretation. Like laughter, it just is.

The power to take a picture, draw, run a science experiment, or just write clears the fog of perfection or the need to appease others. The end product is not always for Instagram but for us. Art constitutes our thought’s core.

The homogeneity of stuff begs our mind to make what’s unique to the person. Limits are self-inflicted. Artists are inspired individuals, especially when they are working.

You may also like:

If you're an WRITER or aspiring blogger, I highly recommend doing these 3 things:

1. Create your own Wordpress site and publish something new every day. It'll be the best investment you make. Here's my guide on how to set up your blog.
2. Buy an All-Access Pass from Masterclass to learn from the best writers in the world.
3. Read Do the Work by Steven Pressfield

By Wells Baum

Wells Baum is a daily blogger who writes about Life & Arts. He's also the author of four books.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.