Richard Tuttle Famous Quotes & Sayings

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Pinterest Share on Linkedin

5 Richard Tuttle Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Richard Tuttle Sayings: Everything in life is drawing, if you want. Drawing is quintessential to knowing the self. Everything in life is drawing, if you want. Drawing is quintessential to knowing the self. Art that survives from one generation to the next is the art that actually carries something that tells society about self.
More pictures »
Richard Tuttle Sayings: I want to know a lot of things I don't already know -especially as the I want to know a lot of things I don't already know -especially as the things I do know, if written down, do not have the permanence I want in my mind.
More pictures »
Richard Tuttle Sayings: If you're going to be a visual artist, then there has to be something in If you're going to be a visual artist, then there has to be something in the work that accounts for the possibility of the invisible, the opposite of the visual experience. That's why it's not like a table or a car or something. I think that that might even be hard for people because most of our visual experiences are of tables. It has no business being anything else but a table. But a painting or a sculpture really exists somewhere between itself, what it is, and what it is not-you know, the very thing. And how the artist engineers or manages that is the question.
More pictures »
Richard Tuttle Sayings: In our culture, imitation-based experience dominates reality-based experience. I find this an awful thing. But In our culture, imitation-based experience dominates reality-based experience. I find this an awful thing. But there are artists who know from the bottom of their souls that art is about the experience of reality. The reason we have art is because you can't get a real experience from the world.
Richard Tuttle Sayings: Most of us go through the world never seeing anything. Then you meet somebody like Most of us go through the world never seeing anything. Then you meet somebody like Herb and Dorothy, who have eyes that see. Something goes from the eye to the soul without going through the brain.