Creativity plays vital and frontal role in life of portrait artists. To express their artistic taste, they work really hard to mix and match all sorts of apparently inconsistent and conflicting emotions, thoughts, philosophies and personality traits to craft something truly original and exceptionally meaningful.
If you visit any art gallery art exhibition, you will see amazingly portrayed ideas in form of abstract to surreal and acrylic paintings. Instead of being an ‘individual’ with single-minded tendencies, artists prefer to show their ‘multi-angle’ personality. And, this is very much obvious from famous artist websites. Enlisted below are some of the key qualities you will find in almost all creative artists.
- Imaginatively Strong-Minded
Apart from being gritty and determined, the imaginatively strong- minded artists are ones who are good at persevering against the obstacles. Predominantly for the imaginative worlds of their own, these artists are motivated and inspired of boldness to make their dream into reality.
- Openly Sensitive
You will find most of the inspiring artists quite open to new experiences, vivid emotions and fertile ideas. But I found many of them, especially digital surrealism artists as their work is trickier than other art forms, very much sensitive to new information that they often get overwhelmed by the uncountable input they permit into their consciousness.
- Lightheartedly Serious
Artists are playfully serious creatures because they realize the absurdity of life so they want to live it fully. At the same time, you will find them focused and rational to their work and personal life as well. Even with the playful mindset, they can be awfully serious on the most important matters. Their lighthearted nature actually helps them to recover from setbacks and become comfortable again with trial-and-error.
- Observant Daydreamers
Though imaginative but artists are master observers of nature and human behavior. They are also capable to turn into attentive daydreamers and let their minds to go on random wandering to imagine new worlds. They embed much of that material in their creative work. They prefer listening to their intuition but do not let inner whizzes to dictate their creativity. They work at their own terms.
- Keenly Introverted:
It’s normal with artists to show a lot passion for their creative work as they deeply care about it. But, sometimes they come across people as the most introverted person. This usually happens when they are fully engaged with abstract or surreal art activity. Because they go in flow with intense focus on their artwork and hence, ignore the outside stimulation. Believe me they are not bad-mannered or arrogant, it’s just that they need a little space as they intimate with their creativity. .
In addition to all these qualities, artists do not care about status quo. They rebel against false social norms, inequality and whatever evil is trying to ruin humankind. Abstract expressionism is the true image of being rebellious and modern artists are using this deadly weapon to annihilate malicious convictions in the world.