Wednesday, 1 October 2014

What is Cultural Art? Part 2

    What is culture?

 -the civilization of a given people or nation at a given time or over all time; its customs, its arts, and its conveniences

-socially inherited artifacts

-fineness of feelings, thoughts, tastes, or manners; refinement

-the development of the mind or body by education or training Culture, then, is commonly held beliefs, activities, social norms, and expressions of creativity within a group of people.

   It is a refinement or development of talents and interests through exposure and training. It is the music, drama, holidays, entertainment, dances, art, sports, behaviors and values that define a society.

  We call music, art, drama, and dance cultural arts because they are tools that help us develop the mind and body, refine feelings, thoughts, and tastes, and reflect and represent our customs and values as a society.

  Moreover, David Bridburg utilizes famous western cultural icons in an exclusive form of art to define the western culture in a unique way to the viewer.

Sell Art OnlineDavid Bridburg - Fine Artist    David Bridburg
Fine artist trained in the Formalist School of Art Theory at The University of Connecticut. More recently self taught in Photoshop and the related digital equipment. 

With my art, I take famous western cultural icons and make new arrangements and effects. My influences are many, from the Renaissance up through the modern day. In the work, I blend different art styles. 

Interior designers are encouraged to look for my work at Designerprints.com, FAA's online sister store for designers. 
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