Art Addiction – Bolshe
The term “Art Addiction Bolshe” was coined by James Davenport, PhD. He says the symptoms of art addiction are similar to those of a drug addiction, but that there is a certain amount of tolerance required for a person to become addicted to a medium of expression.
He also says that while drugs and alcohol are considering a form of addiction, they can be cured. The art, on the other hand, does not have an easy cure, because as long as a person is not ready to give up his or her addiction, he or she will never be free from it.
It seems that an addiction to art is in the genes, which make the art not only addictive, but also hardwired into our brains. But, Dr. Davenport adds that art does not necessarily mean that a person is going to be a junkie. It is an addiction, but it is also a hobby or a way of life.
As an artist, I am aware of the emotional impact that my art has on others. I know how the emotions are transferred from me to others, and the power that words have on a person. But, sometimes, the words are so strong that the emotional impact just gets transferred from the words to the face or body of the person reading the words.
As the art lover, I have realized that art cannot be removed from a person, only changed by its readers. The feelings and emotions expressed in art cannot be eliminated from a person. Some people get into serious depression when their favorite artist dies or leaves them. Others get depressed simply because of a bad painting. And still others get depressed simply because they failed to understand the meaning of a certain painting.
But, whatever the case, what we all know is that art cannot be removed from a person. If we want to change a person, we must change the person, or we can change the art that a person has chosen to make.
What a man or woman wants to do with the art he or she creates, we should respect that. But, we should also ask ourselves what the meaning of that art is to the person who chose to create it. It is our duty as good and moral citizens of the world to take responsibility for our actions.
We must stop making excuses and start accepting the fact that we must live with a part of the guilt of what we have done in making the art that has touched people’s lives in a negative way. and have a part of their suffering as a result.
That is, it is our responsibility, not the responsibility of the artist, to help the artist make more paintings to make up for the sins he or she has committed. This is a form of art addiction, that is, a kind of addiction to art. Because, the art addict needs that guilt. So, when that art has been completed, they will look around and realize that they have hurt someone else in some way in making that piece.
And, the art will still haunt them even though they have removed it from their heart and mind. They will still find themselves thinking about the pain of that person, wishing that the pain had never happened. and wishing they could hurt them one last time.
As a result, they will try to get that pain back. And, that is the real problem. That pain will still remain in their mind.
It is a form of sickness that will continue to plague them no matter what. But, we have a solution to this problem, by simply ignoring that pain.