Lynn Talbot “Visual art suffers from its existence as an object”

Believe What You Will, 2002, oil/canvas, 12 x 12

Believe What You Will, 2002, oil/canvas, 12 x 12"

“Visual art suffers from its existence as an object and it is much easier to think of some other forms (music, film, poetry) as a temporary confluence of events. But regardless of the medium, the moment of consciousness and subsequent memory of art may be the most enduring form.” Lynn Talbot

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