Mother nature isn’t the only fantastic artist on earth. Spectacular works of art have been created throughout the centuries, both modern and old. It makes us think hard, like Rodin’s “the Thinker”, of the meaning of life. Sitting there contemplating how our lives fit into the tapestry.
Mother nature inspires artists, like Van Gogh’s works inspired from Provence, France. With its magical light and sage colored trees. These works are as if Van Gogh took a magical camera to the landscape.
Even the age of innocence captured by the controversial “Little Dancer” by Degas. Even the simplest things can hold a much deeper meaning.
But then modern art ensues and the abstract and randomness of seeing the world with eyes from what seems like another planet. Andy Warhol and others challenge what many would consider art.
The brilliance of life are captured through the colors created by nature. Colors that manage to work beautifully together to bring vibrance and hope.
Seeing these masterpieces and many more is yours for discovery at the Baltimore Museum of Art.