New artwork for the lover of art may always seem like a fresh toy to play with. Or the booklover’s first ceremonial turning of the first few clean, crisp and new pages of a just-published book. It could even be a first edition. The excitement is quickly stifled because the lover of literature wishes the experience to last for an eternity. You would want a similar experience with your one of a kind artwork.
While such artworks do exist, deliberately encouraging the public or the patron to play with it, most lovers of art would not wish to tamper with their newly acquired artworks. They may have had to pay a pretty penny for it and subsequently wish to preserve it for as long as possible. There will be those who will go as far as having their artwork evaluated by an independently-minded art critic who has vast experience across a good few genres of the fine arts.
Fine arts are classified as works of sculpture. Most people see fine art as paintings and drawings. Drawings are made with different lead thicknesses, as well as charcoal and ink. Paintings are made with acrylics, water colors and the crème de la crème that is oil. Why there is such an admiration for oil paintings can best be explained by art historians, observers of both modern art and ancient history.
Pop art will fall under the modern art genre. It is also characterized as abstract art. Looks can be deceiving. The general public eye needs to spend a long time endeavoring to configure just what it is the artist was wishing to convey to them. In the event, he or she may have been able to produce a one of a kind artwork.