Thursday, September 30, 2010
The discipline of art
It takes discipline to make anything beautiful.
Whether it's a sculpture or a painting, toenails (ha ha) or an apartment.
Even our relationships take discipline and practice to become beautiful.
Welcome to today's art lesson.
We talked about Michelangelo this time. And the amount of discipline and focus he had to have in order to become the famous household name he is today.
If he hadn't drawn hundreds of practice drawing before painting his famous Cistine chapel ceiling, or sculpting the Pieta, we probably wouldn't know who he is.
So we practiced our drawing today.
And drawing, I must say, is way less messy than painting. :)
Actually, though, Michelangelo was probably really messy.
Anyhow, these days none of that mess remains. Only the final outcome of the mess and the discipline.
Such as the Pieta.
Ah the Pieta--to make something that beautiful, you've got to be disciplined.
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