How do you respond to a painting?

How do you respond to a painting?

How do you respond to art?

  1. Perceptual- Your primary response is visual.
  2. Emotional- Your primary response is emotional- joy, inspiration, love, anger, hate, and frustration.
  3. Communication- You primarily respond to the work of art as a dialogue or conversation: looking for it’s message.

What do u reply to a girl?

Do you want to go out with me tonight? (Straight to the point!) You look familiar. Oh yeah you’re the boy/girl of my dreams! I’m feeling a little off today….

  • To know me is to love me.
  • I feel so cold.
  • I am currently looking for the love of my life.
  • I just got out of a bad relationship.

What is a piece in art?

A work of art, artwork, art piece, piece of art or art object is an artistic creation of aesthetic value.

Why do we say your welcome?

Why is it that “you’re welcome,” a phrase that is meant to be gracious, is often tinged with gloat? It wasn’t always so double-edged. The saying stems from the Old English “wilcuma,” which wedded the words “pleasure” and “guest” to allow hosts to express their openness to visitors.

How do you respond to a beautiful message?

If you receive a sweet compliment text, you can respond with:

  1. “Thanks – you made my day.”
  2. “Well thanks – if you could see me, I’m full on blushing!”
  3. “I so appreciate you saying that – that was so sweet of you!”
  4. “Thanks so much – I really like your (insert a personality trait).

How do you respond to I love your art?

“Thank you, that’s kind of you to say.” “Thank you, I really enjoyed working on that particular piece.” “Thank you, I’m so glad you came to see it.” I’m sure you get the idea.

How do you respond to compliments art?

A simple “thank you” is usually enough. There is no need to try to justify your work, explain your process, point out flaws or answer with a compliment in return. If you do feel the need to say more, try adding something like, “Thank you. This piece has a lot of personal meaning for me.