Art is a subject that is composed of the placement or arrangement of visual elements which brought about different views and considerations that you will find challenging to begin defining with. Generally, the specificity of artistry, as well as the evolution and difference, will all depend on the time and other environmental circumstances. As a result, every genre has its own unique way of art when it comes to creativity, techniques, and originality. Art is definitely a subjective platform which will depend on how the person will interpret it as it has its own connotations that will solely vary with every set of eyes that look at it. Art can be in many forms, it may be the way you scribble down your signature or it could be the way you design your furniture at home or the design that you choose for your coffee cup.

Overall, it can be seen that art is an ethereal mixture of human thoughts, expressions, creativity, and actions, and it all boils down to the emotions that are felt by humans. There are a wide variety of forms of art when it comes to the main genres of music, different kinds of dances, sculpture, and paintings as well as literature. Art is then understood as the application of imagination and skills as it includes the making of aesthetic objects, experiences for personal and public display and always taking the environment into consideration.

There are two pillars of art which is the form and content. There are three classifications of form.

Elements and Ingredients of Art

Principles of the artists’ design

Physical materials that made the Art

To have a better comprehension of this, let us take into account Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece work ‘Mona Lisa’. The elements of this piece of art are its colors, lines, values, and space. The principles of the design include its contrast, balance, proportion, and emphasis, while the materials that have been used are the brushes and oil paints.

The tricky part of an artwork is its artistic content. There is also an ideas-based concept which is the creative content, i.e.:

o The theme that the artist aims to portray
o The theme that is actually being portrayed
o The response of the audience to the piece of work
o Miscellaneous influences which include religion, society politics, culture, or your own definition of the art will add meaning to the content of any artwork.

We also have to consider the technicalities of art when it comes to the creativity, skills, and originality of the piece. It will all be consolidated in the observation that each individual will have. You will see the uniqueness of every masterpiece is you take time to look at it closely. You have to consider the scenery of the masterpiece when it comes to the people and their emotions, to the environment and life that is around them. This will lead you to see things that actually existed but is not acknowledged. Therefore, you will have your own objectivity when it comes to innovation, development, and modification of the existing. There has been a lot of changes in the world of art over the years.