Thrive like an Artist with Western.Art.History

Could you tell us a bit about yourself?

What inspired you to start western.art.history?

I was really intrigued by your quote in your bio, “art is not what you see, but what you make others see,” by Edgar Degas. Could you tell us a bit about the meaning behind it?

Now, Our audience is both fitness and history oriented, where even learning history helps to build our ability to perform in our lives. What do you see as the relevance of art in daily life of the modern person? Both past and present?

How important is art history, especially in today’s age?

We talk about how learning history builds empathy, how would you describe learning art history in building this skill?

What’s the future hold for your page? A blog?

Also, has your interest in art, ever pushed you to take part in art yourself? Or do you see your Instagram page as a sort of art? As well, would you say that art can be interpreted as limiting towards a perspective/idea/subject?

Awesome! Thank you for that and thank you for coming along with this interview request. Its been a real pleasure getting to know some of the history enthusiasts on social who are trying to raise awareness about historical topics. Finally, are there any last words that you would like to impart on our readers?

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