Artists are able to relate to the emotions of their audience with a combination of words and images. This makes them able to create an emotional connection between the audience and the art.
It happens a lot with art to create an emotional connection with the audience. For example, in a film, when the audience is emotionally connected with the film, they remember the film better. In books, when the audience is emotionally connected with the book, they remember the book better. It’s the same with text. When you read a bad text, you remember the bad text. When you read a good text, you remember the good text.
We’re not talking about the actual text here, but the emotional connection between the audience and the art. The audience can feel emotionally connected with the text in the same way that they feel emotionally connected with their favorite artist. The audience can feel a connection when they remember a text or movie or concert. A lot of art is designed to do this. A lot of art is an artwork that is intentionally created with the specific intention of drawing the audience in and drawing them emotionally into the work.
In art, you often don’t have the luxury to just sit back and think about the emotions that go into a piece of art. You have to be able to touch the audience. What happens when you get there and the audience is emotionally connected to your work? They remember it. They feel it. They can remember the image even if they can’t remember the words.
The reason that people remember art is because they feel it. When you make an artwork that is intentionally created to evoke a certain emotion in the viewer, you are also creating a piece of art that will be remembered.
There have been many studies done on this and the conclusions that are drawn are that emotions create memories. Emotions are present in every person at all times therefore art can be made to evoke the same emotions that people have when they experience it. To that end, when you make art that evokes emotions, you are also creating a piece of art that will be remembered.
Artists are often asked this question, and the responses are varied. Some people like to make an art piece that is “about” the emotion they want to evoke. Others like to make an art piece that is “about” the emotion they actually feel, which is something that can be difficult to do.
This is a challenge for artists who have to create artwork that evokes something that they don’t have. You might have to think about what people who actually did feel when you made your piece and then give yourself permission to create something that evokes something that you don’t.
This is a challenge for artists who have to create artwork that evokes something that they dont have. You might have to think about what people who actually did feel when you made your piece and then give yourself permission to create something that evokes something that you dont.
For example, here is a recent example of an artist. The artwork that she created evokes the texture of a stone wall. By knowing that this wall is an accurate representation of the wall she painted on, the audience is able to feel that she knows exactly what it is they are seeing. The same goes for the experience that the audience has in these pieces.