The Artist and the Onlookers

Artists can color the sky red even though they know it is blue. This is creativity, uniqueness of an artist’s perception. Those of us who are not artists must color things as reality or people might think we are stupid, don’t you think? But what is Ferrazzi’s photo trying to convey? Why the Almighty, the greatest artist, painted the sky blue with passionate reds? Gabriele’s took this somewhere in the desert between Sudan and Egypt. How will you interpret the photograph then? The great Sahara, the sky, the beautiful colors…Is it a display of the magnificence of the Creator, or to glorify the beauty of His creation? It really depends on the onlooker, isn’t it? Share your thoughts with me.

Photographer, by Gabriele Ferrazzi

Photographer, by Gabriele Ferrazzi

Article written by: Ridita Mizan
Inspired by: Photo of the Day | April 22 | Photographer, by Gabriele Ferrazzi

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  1. Andreas Achilleos
    Andreas Achilleos says:

    Sometimes, things, the sky, a painting, a photograph are just what they are and what they display and nothing more beyond that!
    The rest of the criticism or the onlooker’s interpretation might be just a personal thought or an associative explanation of what he sees and not what the image stands for..

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