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Eric Booth Quotes

Quotes by Eric Booth - (12 quotes)

Eric Booth - From the Art category:

Art, like sex, is too important to leave to the professionals... Art is not apart. It is a continuum within which all participate; we all function in art, use the skills of art, and engage in the action of artists every day. (Eric Booth)

Eric Booth - From the Competence category:

Masterworks in art invite and reward our best attention; they also enable us to extend the range of our own overlooked artistic competencies. (Eric Booth)

Eric Booth - From the Curiosity category:

When curiosity is alive, we are attracted to many things; we discover many worlds. (Eric Booth)

Eric Booth - From the Enthusiasm category:

Engagement, curiosity, and enthusiasm prove to be more important then factual information. (Eric Booth)

Eric Booth - From the Habit category:

Posing questions is the central act of reading the world; it must become a habit. (Eric Booth)

Eric Booth - From the Journey category:

Remember, the work of art lives in the experience, the journey within the process, not in the resulting monument to be presented in a certified art-place. (Eric Booth)

Eric Booth - From the Masters category:

The accomplishments of master artists are stupendous, the result of fearsome diligence, vision, hard-earned skill, profound understanding of their discipline, and an extra dash of something we might call genius. (Eric Booth)

Eric Booth - From the Music category:

The entry point choice to a piece of music is specific because it is a gamble... we don't know what any given individual will end up attending to during the music. (Eric Booth)

Eric Booth - From the Questions category:

-The Everyday Work of Art...
Artists love the questions without single correct answers. People sometimes mistake this proclivity, thinking it means that artists cannot handle a hard right-wrong edge. (Eric Booth)

Eric Booth - From the Questions category:

How does a simple question lead to a surprisingly relevant result? (Eric Booth)

Eric Booth - From the Unknowns category:

Good questions peel back surfaces, push past pat answers ensconced in yesterday's certainty; they create paths of inquiry into the I-don't-known. (Eric Booth)

Eric Booth - From the Words category:

Contrary to conventional wisdom, art has not always been a noun... At the birth of the word 'art,' it was a verb that meant, 'to put things together.' It was not a product but a process. (Eric Booth)