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When someone speaks to me of art dozens even hundreds of images come to my mind yet there is something more to art than just the painting or the sculpture or the mosaic I look at art as something much more enchanting and more personal than that It is something very essential and innate to us yet with all its importance is rarely fully expressed and only by a divinely selected few who are born with this gift Art can mean a lot of different things to different people It can be the path to clarity for some and the destruction of all sensibility to others In spite of that to the majority of artists it is a source of inspiration and liberation physically and mentally Although it is in many ways a release from the chaos and pain of the real world for most artists it requires a lot of difficulty isolation sorrow and pain to make this release from our world possible Upon their release they enter their own enchanting world where clarity removes all barriers and art is created and expressed to its full glory The final product of an artist who goes through all this is something of great indescribable beauty that makes the pleasure in the end worth ten fold the pain he or she has gone through in the excruciating process of creating a work of art Some people may think that art can be taught to others and by practice one can possess the requirements of becoming an artist This is partially true on condition that the person being taught possesses the sixth sense of an artist or else even after many years of practice the person would not have the qualities of a true artist Most artists are generally the same but there are two distinct types of artists The first who is a total artist is absorbed in his or her art in such a
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