I am an Artist Media attention does not change beauty

Does an unseen artwork cease to have beauty?

An artist makes a painting in a remote part of the world that will never know the glance of another pair of human eyes. Will this artwork cease to have beauty? If that same art is found by you 100 years later does it somehow become more beautiful because you looked upon it? What if after you looked at this lost treasure and fell in love with it an influential person with the ear of the people tells you that your new found love is hideous and should be burned do you let that opinion change your mind?

The destroying fire of mass media control

In an age consumerism, mass communication and marketing propaganda; It is of the utmost importance that you protect your freedom by protecting your free will and not allowing forces that would control you to make you question your judgment. Never confuse marketing with success and never allow yourself to believe popularity equals talent because media attention does not change beauty.

Your Matrix Moment

You take the blue pill - the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill - you stay in Wonderland and I show you how deep the rabbit-hole goes.

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Created with images by hyku - "CNN" • PublicDomainPictures - "flame flames fire" • Paul L Dineen - "the red pill or the blue pill"

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