“Sensitivity to touch is one of the key distinctions between an artist and a person who is just using paint.” Van Waldron
Is sensitivity a key element in successful art? Much is written about the senses and sensitivity. Opinions are all over the board on whether sensitivity matters and whether artists and creative people are more sensitive than others. Does it take a deeply sensitive person to create the type of art that touches the senses of the audience? Do viewers instinctively react more forcefully to art created by the more sensitive artist?
One artist describes the feeling of acknowledging this sensitivity. Vanessa Turner writes, “I have often felt that I was more sensitive than those around me, more affected by my surroundings and the energy of an environment than your average person.” Artists capture what is missed by so many in the hustle and…
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