Concept Art Quotes

Collection of top 12 famous quotes about Concept Art

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Concept Art Quotes By Henry Flynt: The purpose of concept art as a genre The purpose of concept art as a genre is to unbrainwash our mathematical and logical faculties. Henry Flynt
Concept Art Quotes By Alix Smith: For me, art has to have two things For me, art has to have two things to really blow me away: a strong concept and drama. Alix Smith
Concept Art Quotes By Sol LeWitt: In conceptual art the idea or concept is In conceptual art the idea or concept is the most important aspect of the work — Sol LeWitt
Concept Art Quotes By Nikki S. Lee: People think a big camera and big lighting People think a big camera and big lighting will make art, and I want to break that rule. If you have a great concept, it can be art. — Nikki S. Lee
Concept Art Quotes By Bert Dodson: Art actually happens somewhere in the space between Art actually happens somewhere in the space between clarity and ambiguity, concept and intuition, thought and feeling. — Bert Dodson
Concept Art Quotes By Sebastiao Salgado: For me, art is such a wide concept For me, art is such a wide concept - anything can be art. — Sebastiao Salgado
Concept Art Quotes By Charles Bukowski: Sometimes you have to take the whole concept Sometimes you have to take the whole concept of Art and throw it out on its whore ass. — Charles Bukowski
Concept Art Quotes By Martin Heidegger: The word "art" does not designate the concept The word "art" does not designate the concept of a mere eventuality; it is a concept of rank.
To dwell is to garden. — Martin Heidegger
Concept Art Quotes By Deborah Davis: Curiously, anatomical reality in art was apparently a Curiously, anatomical reality in art was apparently a horrifying concept to the same men and women who lined up to see bodies at the morgue. — Deborah Davis
Concept Art Quotes By Kazimir Malevich: I realized that the "thing" and the "concept" I realized that the "thing" and the "concept" were substituted for feeling and understood the falsity of the world of will and idea — Kazimir Malevich