Illustrator Michał Mozolewski
The “realist” polishes his lenses to capture the fleeting aspects of the external world. He prides himself upon the soundness and the sanity of his vision. The totality of that objective world he never doubts.
But there are others: they cultivate the inner vision, abandon the paved highway of standardized points of view, brave the quicksands of non-conformity, and seek their own path through the jungle of subjectivity.
For artists of this type, no less than seers and poets, the external world provides no more than the symbols and alphabet of communication, and the “field” into which they may project their visions.
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