Light & Shadow

“How we see a photograph or a painting, or how we read a book, has less to do with the art itself, and more to do with us. If our tastes, such as they are, are the sole indicators of our response to art, we will never deepen as human beings, nor will we improve as artists. The inherent danger in seeing art merely as personal and subjective is that, unchallenged, our tastes become the arbiters of what is good, and what is bad, before that art has a chance to speak to us, challenge us, and teach us.”        David DuChemin

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