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35 Artists Minds Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Artists Minds Sayings By Thom Yorke: I think artists can influence only through making music that challenges people, excites them and I think artists can influence only through making music that challenges people, excites them and flips them out. Music that repeats what you know in ever-decreasing derivation, that's unchallenging and unstimulating, deadens our minds, our imagination and our ability to see beyond the hell we find ourselves in. — Thom Yorke
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Artists Minds Sayings By E.A. Bucchianeri: I mean really, how could an artistic individual stay grounded in the nitty-gritty of how I mean really, how could an artistic individual stay grounded in the nitty-gritty of how many minutes per pound meat has to stay in the oven when trying to fathom the creative philosophy behind the greatest artistic minds of the world? — E.A. Bucchianeri
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Artists Minds Sayings By Harold Cruse: In advanced societies it is not the race politicians or the "rights" leaders who create In advanced societies it is not the race politicians or the "rights" leaders who create the new ideas and the new images of life and man. That role belongs to the artists and intellectuals of each generation. Let the race politicians, if they will, create political, economic or organizational forms of leadership; but it is the artists and the creative minds who will, and must, furnish the all important content. And in this role, they must not be subordinated to the whims and desires of politicians, race leaders and civil rights entrepreneurs whether they come from the Left, Right, or Center, or whether they are peaceful, reform, violent, non-violent or laissez-faire. Which means to say, in advanced societies the cultural front is a special one that requires special techniques not perceived, understood, or appreciated by political philistines. — Harold Cruse
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Artists Minds Sayings By Tom Asacker: There was a time when our minds were always on a roll. We used boxes There was a time when our minds were always on a roll. We used boxes and sticks to become astronauts and artists. We created fantasy characters and outrageous worlds. We drew whimsical pictures and cooked up wild ideas. We were complete originals. — Tom Asacker
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Artists Minds Sayings By Euginia Herlihy: Every dream, every vision is a masterpiece canvas on the wall of our minds. So Every dream, every vision is a masterpiece canvas on the wall of our minds. So as artists we should make an effort to bring the artwork to the the exhibition. — Euginia Herlihy
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Artists Minds Sayings By Grant Morrison: Writers and artists build by hand little worlds that they hope might effect change in Writers and artists build by hand little worlds that they hope might effect change in real minds, in the real world where stories are read. A story can make us cry and laugh, break our hearts, or make us angry enough to change the world. — Grant Morrison
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Artists Minds Sayings By Marcel Proust: It was the quartets of Beethoven (numbers 12,13,14, and 15) which over fifty years, created It was the quartets of Beethoven (numbers 12,13,14, and 15) which over fifty years, created and expanded the the audience of listeners to the quartets of Beethoven, thus achieving, as all masterpieces do, progress if not in the quality of artists, at least in the company of minds, which is largely composed these days of what was missing when the work appeared: people capable of liking it. — Marcel Proust
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Artists Minds Sayings By Harold Rosenberg: Not only were the minds of artists formed by the university; in the same mold Not only were the minds of artists formed by the university; in the same mold were formed those of the art historians, the critics, the curators, and the collectors by whom their work was evaluated. With the rise of Conceptual art, the classroom announced its final triumph over the studio. — Harold Rosenberg
Artists Minds Sayings By Arthur C. Clarke: As Solomon himself had remarked, 'We can be sure of talent, we can only pray As Solomon himself had remarked, 'We can be sure of talent, we can only pray for genius.' But it was a reasonable hope that in such concentrated society some interesting reactions would take place.
Few artists thrive in solitude and nothing is more stimulating than the conflict of minds with similar interests. So far, the conflict had produced worthwhile results in sculpture, music, literary criticism and film making. It was still too early to see if the group working on historical research would fulfil the hopes of its instigators, who were frankly hoping to restore mankind's pride in its own achievements.
Painting still languished which supported the views of those who considered that static, two dimensional forms of art had no further possibilities. It was noticeable, though a satisfactory explanation for this had not yet been produced that time played an essential part in the colony's achievements. — Arthur C. Clarke
Artists Minds Sayings By Afrika Bambaataa: Well, a lot of people within government and big business are nervous of Hip Hop Well, a lot of people within government and big business are nervous of Hip Hop and Hip Hop artists, because they speak their minds. They talk about what they see and what they feel and what they know. They reflect what's around them. — Afrika Bambaataa
Artists Minds Sayings By Mindie Burgoyne: Visual and performing artists produce art that lives in the present world. The art of Visual and performing artists produce art that lives in the present world. The art of the writer exists in another dimension. Through strings of words and phrases writers inspire their readers to imagine, to conjure images, to suspend disbelief, to enter a world visible only in their minds. It is in that unseen world where the art of the writer lives. — Mindie Burgoyne
Artists Minds Sayings By Catherine Ryan Hyde: If there's some hidden part of me that thinks like that, I'd rather not go If there's some hidden part of me that thinks like that, I'd rather not go searching for it. - Nathan — Catherine Ryan Hyde
Artists Minds Sayings By Joe Manganiello: I come from classical theater training and when I went to college it was a I come from classical theater training and when I went to college it was a bunch of kids that were hand-picked from around the world. I was around such brilliant young minds and incredible artists with incredible teachers. — Joe Manganiello
Artists Minds Sayings By Steve Aoki: When I work with artists, I give them a general guideline of what my vision When I work with artists, I give them a general guideline of what my vision is. Then they're going to speak their minds on how they view it, too. The song that defines 'Neon Future' the best is the title track. I wrote that with Luke Steele of Empire of the Sun. It's through his words. We had an amazing songwriting session together, connecting. — Steve Aoki
Artists Minds Sayings By Billy Porter: I just feel like we as a human race tend to fear that which we I just feel like we as a human race tend to fear that which we don't understand. It's cause for a lot of bad things and bad behavior to exist on the planet. Artists have a way of touching people and changing minds in a way that sometimes other mediums don't. — Billy Porter
Artists Minds Sayings By Martin Scorsese: If Kubrick had lived to see the opening of his final film, he obviously would If Kubrick had lived to see the opening of his final film, he obviously would have been disappointed by the hostile reactions. But I'm sure that in the end he would have taken it with a grain of salt and moved on. That's the lot of all true visionaries, who don't see the use of working in the same vein as everyone else. Artists like Kubrick have minds expansive and dynamic enough to picture the world in motion, to comprehend not just where its been, but where it's going. — Martin Scorsese
Artists Minds Sayings By Alex Grey: Artists are most themselves when they are out of their minds, transcending the ego skirmishes Artists are most themselves when they are out of their minds, transcending the ego skirmishes of conceptual thought, and intuitively relinquishing control to the greater Creator — Alex Grey
Artists Minds Sayings By John Green: We are now as I wished we could be then. We are now as I wished we could be then. — John Green
Artists Minds Sayings By Renee O'Connor: I believe I have a lot to learn in life, still. I believe I have a lot to learn in life, still. — Renee O'Connor
Artists Minds Sayings By Andrew Holleran: Never forget that all these people are primarily a visual people. They are designers, window Never forget that all these people are primarily a visual people. They are designers, window dressers, models, photographers, graphic artists. They design the windows at Saks. Do you understand? They are a visual people, and they value the eye, and their sins, as Saint Augustine said, are the sins of the eye. And being people who live on the surface of the eye, they cannot be expected to have minds or hearts. It sounds absurd but it's that simple. Everything is beautiful here, and that is all it is: beautiful. Do not expect anything else, do not expect nourishment for anything but your eye - and you will handle it all beautifully. You will know exactly what you are dealing with. — Andrew Holleran
Artists Minds Sayings By Arthur C. Clarke: Few artists thrive in solitude and nothing is more stimulating than the conflict of minds Few artists thrive in solitude and nothing is more stimulating than the conflict of minds with similar interests. — Arthur C. Clarke
Artists Minds Sayings By Laura Busche: I faced people from all walks of business who fully disregarded design (though they were I faced people from all walks of business who fully disregarded design (though they were completely influenced by it). I also met fine artists who drowned in their own work and the dense creative universe in their minds.

Then I met designers. And instantly fell in love. Let me tell you why.

Designers are familiar with critiques. They not only tolerate them but actively look out for them. They honestly believe in iterations and learn to edit down their work. They embrace simplicity and create beauty based on requirements other than their own. Design education teaches you to run away from assumptions and to have the stomach to scrap your work often.

I'm bringing this up because it's time to bridge the gap between design and business. — Laura Busche
Artists Minds Sayings By Jeffery Russell: Chickens are true creatures of zen - they live only and absolutely for the moment. Chickens are true creatures of zen - they live only and absolutely for the moment. Their actions one particular second will not necessarily have any influence or bearing on their actions in the next second, nor are they necessarily influenced by their actions of the prior second. Chicken thoughts arrive in their tiny mad little minds like flashes of a strobe light, each light being an action, each flashing with the brilliance of a not very brilliant thing. Each action utterly random. The complete randomness of chaos. Chickens are notorious escape artists, not due to their ability to devise cunning plans as they huddle together in their coop beneath a bare light bulb, scratching out complex diagrams in the dirt, but simply out of sheet unpredictability. They are the pachinko balls of the animal kingdom, effecting their escapes through the simple device of, say, turning left for no particular reason. — Jeffery Russell
Artists Minds Sayings By Anne Roiphe: Everybody is bound by some social rules. But I think that artists need some kind Everybody is bound by some social rules. But I think that artists need some kind of freedom to explore their minds and that some of them tend to take that freedom to live a little more openly or a little more dangerously, sometimes a lot more self-destructively, than other people. — Anne Roiphe
Artists Minds Sayings By Suzy Kassem: Its very important to me to be respected by true talented artists and great minds Its very important to me to be respected by true talented artists and great minds than by the masses who need to be told how to think. Its more important for me to do things that are spiritually rewarding because that wealth is what makes me feel alive. I do not touch projects that do not yield personal fulfillment, or put me in a field with talent that is over-measured. You wont find me where there is no Truth. And Im not one to jump on any bandwagons or join a gold rush without a purpose. Id rather create my own projects and grow my own fields. — Suzy Kassem
Artists Minds Sayings By A.H. Scott: Art has the ability to change minds. Passion is what changes the world. When both Art has the ability to change minds. Passion is what changes the world. When both collide, it's as powerful as a bomb. Art isn't pretty and poised fluff. Art is brutal and snarling. Artists growl. This is the roar of change that beats within them. - 8/29/11 — A.H. Scott
Artists Minds Sayings By Richard Linklater: I've always liked the minds of criminals, they seem similar to artists. I've always liked the minds of criminals, they seem similar to artists. — Richard Linklater
Artists Minds Sayings By Drake Bell: Artists like Justin Bieber or Lady Gaga have more sway over popular minds than a Artists like Justin Bieber or Lady Gaga have more sway over popular minds than a politician. — Drake Bell
Artists Minds Sayings By Russell Simmons: I kind of think that artists throughout history, poets throughout history have been criticized for I kind of think that artists throughout history, poets throughout history have been criticized for sharing what's on people's minds and I don't think it's any different now. — Russell Simmons
Artists Minds Sayings By Alice Hoffman: I wrote to find beauty and purpose, to know that love is possible and lasting I wrote to find beauty and purpose, to know that love is possible and lasting and real, to see day lilies and swimming pools, loyalty and devotion, even though my eyes were closed, and all that surrounded me was a darkened room. I wrote because that was who I was at the core, and if I was too damaged to walk around the block, I was lucky all the same. Once I got to my desk, once I started writing, I still believed anything was possible. — Alice Hoffman
Artists Minds Sayings By Mark White: Tone on jazz guitars is a real tough issue. Tone on jazz guitars is a real tough issue. — Mark White
Artists Minds Sayings By Muhammad Ali: I've made my share of mistakes along the way, but if I have changed even I've made my share of mistakes along the way, but if I have changed even one life for the better, I haven't lived in vain. — Muhammad Ali
Artists Minds Sayings By Barack Obama: Together we can change our culture for the better by ending violence against women and Together we can change our culture for the better by ending violence against women and girls, artists have a unique power to change minds and attitudes and get us thinking and talking about what matters, and all of us, in our lives, have the power to set an example. Join our campaign to stop this violence. — Barack Obama
Artists Minds Sayings By Mark Kostabi: Many artists and critics see collectors like kids see their parents: as the ones with Many artists and critics see collectors like kids see their parents: as the ones with money and power who just don't get it. Once they start to mingle with the collectors and learn that they are people who have achieved something who then expand into art, they change their minds. — Mark Kostabi
Artists Minds Sayings By Mario Livio: Some of the greatest mathematical minds of all ages, from Pythagoras and Euclid in ancient Some of the greatest mathematical minds of all ages, from Pythagoras and Euclid in ancient Greece, through the medieval Italian mathematician Leonardo of Pisa and the Renaissance astronomer Johannes Kepler, to present-day scientific figures such as Oxford physicist Roger Penrose, have spent endless hours over this simple ratio and its properties. But the fascination with the Golden Ratio is not confined just to mathematicians. Biologists, artists, musicians, historians, architects, psychologists, and even mystics have pondered and debated the basis of its ubiquity and appeal. In fact, it is probably fair to say that the Golden Ratio has inspired thinkers of all disciplines like no other number in the history of mathematics. — Mario Livio