People define themselves as true artists when they just create to express themselves. It is a process that can begin at very young ages. However, many others might take their time to recognise
their close relationship to a practice that could pose a challenge to their way of living. The dedication to art is particularly rewarding for its creator when their works reflect the intention
Subjectivity is the biggest characteristic of art and it plays an meaningful role in successful perception of a piece from the very point of view of the artist. It turns risky when another
unexpected impression arises and the intention and ideas are misunderstood or stay untapped, thus causing unexpected reactions amongst the spectators. This might lead to success or misfortune of
At the beginning of their professional careers as artists, many artists do not dwell on that topic, but they eventually have to learn to deal with it.
On this week One on One edition, we talked with Alexandra de Kempf, a Germany based Venezuelan painter and sculptress, and tackled, amongst other things, this issue of successfully
creating art to make of it both a living and a way of living.