Large paint brushes covered with bright red, purple, and blue paint

Mankind has been cre­at­ing art and appre­ci­at­ing its beau­ty since its very begin­nings. Accord­ing to recent dat­ing tests, the first paint­ings ever made by humans are the seals locat­ed in the Cave of Ner­ja, in Mála­ga, Spain. They are 42,000 years old.

Whether it’s an ancient cave paint­ing, the work of the famed Old Mas­ters of the Renais­sance, or at the cut­ting edge of Mod­ern Art, art has the capac­i­ty to cap­ture a moment in time and stir up our emo­tions. The dic­tio­nary defines art as “the expres­sion or appli­ca­tion of human cre­ative skill and imag­i­na­tion, typ­i­cal­ly in a visu­al form such as paint­ing or sculp­ture, pro­duc­ing works to be appre­ci­at­ed pri­mar­i­ly for their beau­ty or emo­tion­al pow­er.”

A quote about art in front of the Trevi Fountain in Rome, Italy

“Art enables us to find our­selves and lose our­selves at the same time.” – Thomas Mer­ton

We’ve col­lect­ed all the best quotes about art in one place. Whether you’re look­ing for inspir­ing quotes by the world’s most famous artists, paint­ing quotes, pho­tog­ra­phy quotes, or just some­thing fun­ny… we’ve got it all!

Art Quotes by Artists

Becom­ing an artist, like becom­ing a writer, can be a daunt­ing prospect. After all, the great Van Gogh bare­ly sold any of his paint­ings in his life­time. How­ev­er, whether you’re inter­est­ed in acrylic paint, pot­tery, sculp­ture, water­col­or, or fab­ric print­ing, it’s nev­er too late to fol­low your pas­sion and become an artist.

These quotes are from some of history’s most famous artists. Whether they were paint­ing at the height of the Renais­sance peri­od, or are still wow­ing the world with their art today, they all have the same things in com­mon: a dis­tinct cre­ative process, fac­ing crit­i­cism, and a love of art. What­ev­er media these artists work in, get inspired by their com­mit­ment to mak­ing the world a more beau­ti­ful place.

A ballerina standing on one toe during a ballet recital making art of dancing

“Art is not what you see, but what you make oth­ers see.” – Edgar Degas

“If peo­ple knew how hard I worked to get my mas­tery, it wouldn’t seem so won­der­ful at all.” – Michelan­ge­lo

“The pur­pose of art is wash­ing the dust of dai­ly life off our souls.” – Pablo Picas­so

“Art is nev­er fin­ished, only aban­doned.” – Leonar­do da Vin­ci

“If I close my eyes, I see things bet­ter than with my eyes open.” – Hen­ri Matisse

“Don’t pay any atten­tion to what they write about you. Just mea­sure it in inch­es.” – Andy Warhol

“I shut my eyes in order to see.” – Paul Gau­guin

A finished jigsaw puzzle of a Gustav Klimt painting and a Gustav Klimt quote

“Art is a line around your thoughts.” – Gus­tav Klimt

“Art is com­ing face to face with your­self.” – Jack­son Pol­lock

“I must have flow­ers, always, and always.” – Claude Mon­et

“The pub­lic wants to under­stand and learn in a sin­gle day, a sin­gle minute, what the artist has spent years learn­ing.” – Paul Gau­guin

“I couldn’t give you some­thing mediocre even if that’s all you asked for.” – Michelan­ge­lo

“A work of art which did not begin in emo­tion is not art.” – Paul Cezanne

“Prac­tice what you know, and it will help to make clear what now you do not know.” – Rem­brandt

The head and torso of Michelangelo's David statue in Florence, Italy

“Lord, grant that I may always desire more than I accom­plish.” – Michelan­ge­lo

“Col­or is my day­long obses­sion, joy, and tor­ment.” – Claude Mon­et

“The thing I hate the most about adver­tis­ing is that it attracts all the bright, cre­ative and ambi­tious young peo­ple, leav­ing us main­ly with the slow and self-obsessed to become our artists.. Mod­ern art is a dis­as­ter area. Nev­er in the field of human his­to­ry has so much been used by so many to say so lit­tle.” – Banksy

“I paint flow­ers so they will not die.” – Fri­da Kahlo

“Paint­ing is poet­ry that is seen rather than felt, and poet­ry is paint­ing that is felt rather than seen.” – Leonar­do da Vin­ci

“Art is what you can get away with.” – Andy Warhol

“I don’t paint dreams or night­mares, I paint my own real­i­ty.” – Fri­da Kahlo

A quote about art and a street art painting on a wall in Kansas City, Missouri

“Art should com­fort the dis­turbed and dis­turb the com­fort­able.” – Banksy

“To draw you must close your eyes and sing.” – Pablo Picas­so

“Art is to con­sole those who are bro­ken by life.” – Vin­cent Van Gogh

“Every morn­ing when I wake up, I expe­ri­ence an exquis­ite joy —the joy of being Sal­vador Dalí— and I ask myself in rap­ture: What won­der­ful things is this Sal­vador Dalí going to accom­plish today?” – Sal­vador Dalí

“I found I could say things with col­or and shapes that I couldn’t say any oth­er way – things I had no words for.” – Geor­gia O’Keeffe

“What art is, in real­i­ty, is this miss­ing link, not the links which exist. It’s not what you see that is art; art is the gap.” – Mar­cel Duchamp

Several small pots of acrylic paints mixed with wooden spatulas on a table

“Cre­ativ­i­ty takes courage.” – Hen­ri Matisse

“…and then, I have nature and art and poet­ry, and if that is not enough, what is enough?” – Vin­cent Van Gogh

“One eye sees, the oth­er feels.” – Paul Klee

“It is good to love many things, for there­in lies the true strength, and whoso­ev­er loves much per­forms much, and can accom­plish much, and what is done in love is well done.” – Vin­cent Van Gogh

“Every­thing you can imag­ine is real.” – Pablo Picas­so

“Every child is an artist. The prob­lem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.” – Pablo Picas­so

A Pablo Picasso quote and a small reprint of his famed Guernica painting

“Art is the lie that enables us to real­ize the truth.” – Pablo Picas­so

Quotes about Painting

For many of us, paint­ing as a child is our first encounter with art. It’s fun and it’s messy, and offers a cre­ative out­let as we start to explore the world for our­selves.

But it isn’t just chil­dren who can enjoy paint­ing or find it reward­ing. Paint­ing is an incred­i­bly ther­a­peu­tic activ­i­ty and offers an emo­tion­al release, so it is often used as a means of ther­a­py and reha­bil­i­ta­tion for trau­ma­tized indi­vid­u­als, such as sol­diers return­ing from war. It has oth­er health ben­e­fits, too, because paint­ing involves focus­ing all your atten­tion on the cre­ation of an image, which is proven to relieve stress, lessen mus­cle sore­ness, decrease ten­sion headaches, and more.

“The painter has the Uni­verse in his mind and hands.” – Leonar­do da Vin­ci

“Paint­ing is self-dis­cov­ery. Every good artist paints what he is.” – Jack­son Pol­lock

A woman in a blue smock painting a landscape on canvas near a stream

“I’m not per­form­ing mir­a­cles, I’m using up and wast­ing a lot of paint.” – Claude Mon­et

“If you under­stand a paint­ing before­hand, you might as well not paint it.” – Sal­vador Dalí

“Paint­ing is just anoth­er way of keep­ing a diary.” – Pablo Picas­so

“I would like to paint the way a bird sings.” – Claude Mon­et

“There is noth­ing more dif­fi­cult for a tru­ly cre­ative painter than to paint a rose, because before he can do so he has first to for­get all the ros­es that were ever paint­ed.” – Hen­ri Matisse

“A painter should begin every can­vas with a wash of black, because all things in nature are dark except where exposed by the light.” – Leonar­do da Vin­ci

A canvas covered with dabs of paint near some paint brushes and tubes

“If I could say it in words there would be no rea­son to paint.” – Edward Hop­per

“When I am in my paint­ing, I’m not aware of what I’m doing.” – Jack­son Pol­lock

“A sim­ple line paint­ed with the brush can lead to free­dom and hap­pi­ness.” – Joan Miro

“Paint­ing must be fer­tile. It must give birth to a world… it must fer­til­ize the imag­i­na­tion.” – Joan Miro

“Painter, paint!” – Sal­vador Dalí

“Use your blood to paint. Keep paint­ing until you faint. Keep paint­ing until you die.” – Yoko Ono

“Paint­ing some­thing that defies the law of the land is good. Paint­ing some­thing that defies the law of the land and the law of grav­i­ty at the same time is ide­al.” – Banksy

An artist palette covered with bright acrylic paints and a long paint brush

“Paint­ing is a lan­guage of its own. You can­not inter­pret one form of expres­sion with anoth­er form of expres­sion.” – Mar­cel Duchamp

“Paint­ing is an illu­sion, a piece of mag­ic, so what you see is not what you see.” – Philip Gus­ton

“The paint­ing has a life of its own. I try to let it come through.” – Jack­son Pol­lock

“If you hear a voice with­in you say­ing, ”You are not a painter,” then by all means paint… and that voice will be silenced.” – Vin­cent Van Gogh

“I paint self-por­traits because I am so often alone, because I am the per­son I know best.” – Fri­da Kahlo

“Only when he no longer knows what he is doing does the painter do good things.” – Edgar Degas

“If I paint some­thing, I don’t want to have to explain what it is.” – Bob Ross

A quote about painting over an orange and red slab of granite

“The best rea­son to paint is that there is not rea­son to paint.” – Kei­th Har­ing

“Inten­si­ty is all that mat­ters in paint­ing.” – John Piper

“There is no blue with­out yel­low and with­out orange.” – Vin­cent Van Gogh

“You can’t learn tech­niques and then try to become a painter. Tech­niques are a result.” – Jack­son Pol­lock

“It is a wide­ly accept­ed notion among painters that it does not mat­ter what one paints as long as it is well paint­ed. This is the essence of aca­d­e­mi­cism.” – Mark Rothko

“It is only after years of prepa­ra­tion that the young artist should touch col­or – not col­or used descrip­tive­ly, that is, but as a means of per­son­al expres­sion.” – Hen­ri Matisse

“I’m nev­er fin­ished with my paint­ings; the fur­ther I get, the more I seek the impos­si­ble and the more pow­er­less I feel.” – Claude Mon­et

Rembrandt quote about painting over a darkly painted canvas

“With­out atmos­phere a paint­ing is noth­ing.” – Rem­brandt

“I’m in fine fet­tle and fired with a desire to paint.” – Claude Mon­et

“The only thing I know is that I paint because I need to.” – Fri­da Kahlo

“I start­ed paint­ing as a hob­by when I was lit­tle. I didn’t know I had any tal­ent. I believe tal­ent is just a pur­sued inter­est. Any­body can do what I do.” – Bob Ross

“One must spoil as many can­vas­es as one suc­ceeds with.” – Vin­cent Van Gogh

“Paint­ing is easy when you don’t know how, but very dif­fi­cult when you do.” – Edgar Degas

“A blank canvas…has unlim­it­ed pos­si­bil­i­ties.” – Stephanie Perkins

Vincent Van Gough self portrait painting hanging on a pink wall

“I dream my paint­ing and I paint my dream.” – Vin­cent Van Gogh

“Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pic­tures.” – Hen­ry Ward Beech­er

Photography Quotes

Pho­tog­ra­phy is def­i­nite­ly the form of artis­tic expres­sion that has been around for the least amount of time, but that doesn’t mean that it hasn’t had a pro­found impact on the art world and the way we expe­ri­ence art.

With the avail­abil­i­ty of smart­phones and their tiny, high qual­i­ty cam­eras, pho­tog­ra­phy is actu­al­ly one of the most acces­si­ble means of cre­at­ing and enjoy­ing art. While pho­tos were once about tak­ing por­traits or land­scapes, now you can use this media to cap­ture any­thing you want to remem­ber. A pho­to­graph can be pow­er­ful to remind you of a spe­cial event or day, and can bring you back to the feel­ings, sounds, and even smells of the moment it cap­tures.

Lights set up in a brightly lit professional photography studio

“Pho­tog­ra­phy takes an instant out of time, alter­ing life by hold­ing it still.” – Dorothea Lange

“When words become unclear, I shall focus with pho­tographs. When images become inad­e­quate, I shall be con­tent with silence.” – Ansel Adams

“Your first 10,000 pho­tographs are your worst.” – Hen­ri Carti­er-Bres­son

“You can look at a pic­ture for a week and nev­er think of it again. You can also look at the pic­ture for a sec­ond and think of it all your life.” – Joan Miro

“A pho­to­graph shouldn’t be just a pic­ture, it should be a phi­los­o­phy.” – Amit Kalantri

“The Earth is Art, The Pho­tog­ra­ph­er is only a Wit­ness.” – Yann Arthus-Bertrand

The reflection of a woman in a car mirror as she takes a photo of a farm

“A good pho­to­graph is one that com­mu­ni­cates a fact, touch­es the heart and leaves the view­er a changed per­son for hav­ing seen it. It is, in a word, effec­tive.” – Irv­ing Penn

“To me, pho­tog­ra­phy must sug­gest, not insist or explain.” – Bras­sai

“See­ing is not enough; you have to feel what you pho­to­graph.” – Andre Kertesz

“A cam­era alone does not make a pic­ture. To make a pic­ture you need a cam­era, a pho­tog­ra­ph­er and above all a sub­ject. It is the sub­ject that deter­mines the inter­est of the pho­to­graph.” – Man Ray

“A good pho­tog­ra­ph­er records; a great pho­tog­ra­ph­er reveals.” – Sky­lar Reid

“If you want to be a bet­ter pho­tog­ra­ph­er, stand in front of more inter­est­ing stuff.” – Jim Richard­son

A man kneeling to photograph a field of bright yellow flowers in spring

“What makes pho­tog­ra­phy a strange inven­tion is that its pri­ma­ry raw mate­ri­als are light and time.” – John Berg­er

“Beau­ty can be seen in all things, see­ing and com­pos­ing the beau­ty is what sep­a­rates the snap­shot from the pho­to­graph.” – Matt Hardy

“The artist’s world is lim­it­less. It can be found any­where, far from where he lives or a few feet away. It is always on his doorstep.” – Paul Strand

“A very sub­tle dif­fer­ence can make the pic­ture or not.” – Annie Lei­bowitz

“A great pho­to­graph is one that ful­ly express­es what one feels, in the deep­est sense, about what is being pho­tographed.” – Ansel Adams

“A pic­ture is a secret about a secret, the more it tells you the less you know.” – Diane Arbus

“Nev­er wor­ry about being obses­sive. I like obses­sive peo­ple. Obses­sive peo­ple make great art.” – Susan Son­tag

Photography quote and a Canon camera against a black background

“Pho­tog­ra­phy is my pas­sion, the search for truth, my obses­sion.” – Alfred Stieglitz

“A pic­ture is a poem with­out words.” – Horace

“It is a cru­el, iron­i­cal art, pho­tog­ra­phy. The drag­ging of cap­tured moments into the future; moments that should have been allowed to be evap­o­rate into the past; should exist only in mem­o­ries, glimpsed through the fog of events that came after. Pho­tographs force us to see peo­ple before their future weighed them down.” – Kate Mor­ton

“A pho­to­graph shouldn’t be just a pic­ture, it should be a phi­los­o­phy.” – Amit Kalantri

“You don’t make a pho­to­graph just with a cam­era. You bring to the act of pho­tog­ra­phy all the pic­tures you have seen, the books you have read, the music you have heard, the peo­ple you have loved.” – Ansel Adams

A quote about photography and a woman pointing a camera towards you

“What I like about pho­tographs is that they cap­ture a moment that’s gone for­ev­er, impos­si­ble to repro­duce.” – Karl Lager­feld

Quotes about Art and Artists

It’s become some­thing of a cliche that all artists are mis­un­der­stood, when in fact writ­ers, philoso­phers, sci­en­tists, and even artists them­selves, have spent a great deal of time try­ing to under­stand what makes them tick. Why are some peo­ple more cre­ative than oth­ers? Why do some peo­ple grav­i­tate towards cer­tain artis­tic media and not oth­ers? And what inspires them? Only the artists them­selves know that answer to some of these ques­tions.

Take a look at these fas­ci­nat­ing quotes about artists and find out more about what moti­vates them, and what art can tell us about the per­son who cre­at­ed it.

“Every por­trait that is paint­ed with feel­ing is a por­trait of the artist, not of the sit­ter.” – Oscar Wilde

“Every artist was first an ama­teur.” – Ralph Wal­do Emer­son

An old man mixing paint on a large table by three canvases

“The progress of an artist is a con­tin­u­al self-sac­ri­fice, a con­tin­u­al extinc­tion of per­son­al­i­ty.” – T.S. Eliot

“All artists are will­ing to suf­fer for their work. But why are so few pre­pared to learn to draw?” – Banksy

“The artist must cre­ate a spark before he can make a fire and before art is born, the artist must be ready to be con­sumed by the fire of his own cre­ation.” – Auguste Rodin

“A true artist is not one who is inspired but one who inspires oth­ers.” – Sal­vador Dalí

“The artist sees what oth­ers only catch a glimpse of.” – Leonar­do da Vin­ci

“To be an artist is to believe in life.” – Hen­ry Moore

A young woman holding a blank drawing book by two wooden easels

“Not every­one can become a great artist, but a great artist can come from any­where.” – Peter O’Toole

“You might as well ask an artist to explain his art, or ask a poet to explain his poem. It defeats the pur­pose. The mean­ing is only clear thor­ough the search.” – Rick Rior­dan

“Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pic­tures.” – Hen­ry Ward Beech­er

“A work is fin­ished when an artist real­izes his inten­tions.” – Rem­brandt

“If you ask me what I came to do in this world, I, an artist, will answer you: I am here to live out loud.” – Emile Zola

“The mod­ern artist… is work­ing and express­ing an inner world – in oth­er words – express­ing the ener­gy, the motion, and oth­er inner forces.” – Jack­son Pol­lock

A man reading a Paul Cezanne quote about artists by a large wall painting

“The most seduc­tive thing about art is the per­son­al­i­ty of the artist him­self.” – Paul Cezanne

“An artist dis­cov­ers his genius the day he dares not to please.” – Andre Mal­raux

“An artist is not paid for his labor but for his vision.” – James Whistler

“Con­trary to gen­er­al belief, an artist is nev­er ahead of his time but most peo­ple are far behind theirs.” – Edgard Varese

“The artist is not a dif­fer­ent kind of per­son, but every per­son is a dif­fer­ent kind of artist.” – Eric Gill

“An intel­lec­tu­al says a sim­ple thing in a hard way. An artist says a hard thing in a sim­ple way.” – Charles Bukows­ki

Two outstretched hands covered in dark green and red paint

“Art is stand­ing with one hand extend­ed into the uni­verse and one hand extend­ed into the world, and let­ting our­selves be a con­duit for pass­ing ener­gy.” – Albert Ein­stein

“The world always seems brighter when you’ve just made some­thing that wasn’t there before.” – Neil Gail­man

“Cre­ativ­i­ty is allow­ing your­self to make mis­takes. Art is know­ing which ones to keep.” – Scott Adams

“An artist should nev­er be a pris­on­er of him­self, pris­on­er of style, pris­on­er of rep­u­ta­tion, pris­on­er of suc­cess.” – Hen­ri Matisse

“The great artist is the sim­pli­fi­er.” – Vin­cent Van Gogh

“In the mind of every artist there is a mas­ter­piece.” – Kai Green

“The greater the artist, the greater the doubt. Per­fect con­fi­dence is grant­ed to the less tal­ent­ed as a con­so­la­tion prize.” – Robert Hugh­es

A watercolor painting and a glass of brushes next to a plastic palette

“Every artist was first an ama­teur.” – Ralph Wal­do Emer­son

“All art is a kind of con­fes­sion, more or less oblique. All artists, if they are to sur­vive, are forced, at last, to tell the whole sto­ry; to vom­it the anguish up.” – James Bald­win

“An artist’s only con­cern is to shoot for some kind of per­fec­tion, and on his own terms, not any­one else’s.” – J.D. Salinger

“The artist is noth­ing with­out the gift, but the gift is noth­ing with­out work.” – Emile Zola

“The role of the artist is to ask ques­tions, not answer them.” – Anton Pavlovich Chekhov

“He who works with his hands is a labor­er. He who works with his hands and his head is a crafts­man. He who works with his hands and his head and his heart is an artist. “ – St Fran­cis of Assisi

Several bright paintings in artist's studio in in Marfa, Texas

“The artist must train not only his eye but also his soul.” – Wass­i­ly Kandin­sky

“An artist is a dream­er con­sent­ing to dream of the actu­al world.” – George San­tayana

“Artists are just chil­dren who refuse to put down their crayons.” – Al Hirschfield

“An artist is some­one who pro­duces things that peo­ple don’t need to have but that he – for some rea­son – thinks it would be a good idea to give them.” – Andy Warhol

“The job of the artist is always to deep­en the mys­tery.” – Fran­cis Bacon

Funny and Amusing Art Quotes

One of the best things about art is that we don’t have to take it too seri­ous­ly! Art can make us think deeply, remem­ber spe­cial times, make us cry… but it can also make us laugh. Paint­ings, pho­tographs, and sculp­tures are just as like­ly to lift our spir­its as they are to send us into fits of gig­gles!

These quotes are all about see­ing the fun­ny side of mak­ing art, look­ing at art, and being an artist. Whether you’re a con­nois­seur or don’t know your acrylics from your water­col­ors, you’ll still find some­thing to make you laugh here!

A pink, blue, and purple abstract water color painting

“Art is art, isn’t it? And water is water and east is east and west is west and if you take cran­ber­ries and stew them like apple-sauce they taste much more like prunes than rhubarb does.” – Grou­cho Marx

“What is an artist? For every thou­sand peo­ple there’s nine hun­dred doing the work, nine­ty doing well, nine doing good, and one lucky bas­tard who’s the artist.” – Tom Stop­pard

“The true artist will let his wife starve, his chil­dren go bare­foot, his moth­er drudge for his liv­ing at sev­en­ty, soon­er than work at any­thing but his art.” – George Bernard Shaw

“The day is com­ing when a sin­gle car­rot, fresh­ly observed, will spark off a rev­o­lu­tion.” – Paul Cezanne

A man painting and ponterind an Oscar Wilde quote about art and artists

“Art is the only seri­ous thing in the world. And the artist is the only per­son who is nev­er seri­ous.” – Oscar Wilde

“There are three kinds of peo­ple in the world: those who can’t stand Picas­so, those who can’t stand Raphael, and those who have nev­er heard of either.” – John White

“We don’t make mis­takes, just hap­py lit­tle acci­dents.” – Bob Ross

“There are only two styles of por­trait paint­ing; the seri­ous and the smirk.” – Charles Dick­ens

“Van Gogh would have sold more than one paint­ing if he’d put tigers in them.” – Tom Hobbes

“I would nev­er have tak­en up paint­ing if women did not have breasts.” – Pierre Auguste Renoir

15 cupcakes with green icing and sprinkles atop a pink table in a bakery

“If you have a burn­ing rest­less urge to paint, sim­ply eat some­thing sweet and the feel­ing will pass.” – Fran Lebowitz

“An ama­teur is an artist who sup­ports him­self with out­side jobs which enable him to paint. A pro­fes­sion­al is some­one whose wife works to enable him to paint.” – Ben Shahn

“Any fool can paint a pic­ture, but it takes a wise man to be able to sell it.” – Samuel But­ler

“A sculp­ture is just a draw­ing you fall over in the dark.” – Al Hirschfield

“Mod­ern art is what hap­pens when painters stop look­ing at girls and per­suade them­selves they have a bet­ter idea.” – John Cia­r­di

“Rem­brandt paint­ed 700 pic­tures. Of these 3,000 are in exis­tence.” – Wil­helm Bode

A pomegranate in a bowl being painted by a master artist

“If the old mas­ters had labelled their fruit, one wouldn’t be so like­ly to mis­take pears for turnips.” – Mark Twain

“He was our great­est liv­ing painter, until he died.” – Mark Twain

“The more you look at mod­ern art exhibits, the more every­thing begins to look like an exhib­it, includ­ing the attendant’s chair and the fire extin­guish­er.” – Bri­an Sewell

“I hate flow­ers. I paint them because they’re cheap­er than mod­els and they don’t move.” – Geor­gia O’Keeffe

“Every time I paint a por­trait, I lose a friend.” – John Singer Sar­gent

“Treat a work of art like a prince: let it speak to you first.” – Arthur Schopen­hauer

An impasto oil painting of a fall scene in yellow and red colors

“I guess I’m a lit­tle weird. I like to talk to trees and ani­mals. That’s okay though; I have more fun than most peo­ple.” – Bob Ross

We hope these art quotes have inspired you to look at art in new ways, or even try doing some­thing artis­tic your­self. Whether you love paint­ing, sculpt­ing, sewing, print­ing, or tak­ing pho­tographs, unleash your cre­ativ­i­ty and have fun!

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