We can face pieces of art almost anywhere. Often, such artworks stimulate our thinking about what they symbolize and represent, even if their creator did not have any intention to impose certain impression.
Many people have strongly developed aesthetic senses, while a lot of others face strange feelings of oddity and impossibility to embrace a certain piece of art and create some logical connections with it. Some people cannot understand the purpose of certain artworks, and the others, who have a sophisticated nature of thoughts, may be more perceptive about different forms of arts. However, many of us can simply experience the feeling of beauty even though the sense of the piece of art remains unknown to them.
Whenever people visit an arts exhibition or show, it is of great importance to understand the composition of all the elements, and what their role is in reflecting a certain phenomenon is. Artists usually analyze all the elements and organize them in accordance with the specific issue they are trying to demonstrate. Elements in all the artworks are considered a visual language of art. This means, every element of any exhibition plays a significant part in the whole composition.
As a rule, using certain art approach, the artists identify the emphasis and techniques that were used to deliver certain message or create an impression. Generally, all the elements of visual art are organized by the creator with an aim to emphasize their importance through the demonstrated images, symbols and signs that show the nature of the concerned issue. With this aim, artists use such exhibiting methods as promotion, propaganda, narration, imagination, illusion etc.
The visual art’s language is unique and complicated, and often it has a greater effect than the writing, and the tackled issues might be understood metaphorically. Arts’ contribution in the society is very rich and various; the arts may even influence the society either positively or negatively.
The artists and their pieces of arts play a significant and sometimes a preventive role toward different society’s problems. The arts’ mission is to demonstrate to the public the facts of human’s style of life.