Art, what is it exactly? Is it something to be admired over a glass of wine? Could it be the physical manifestation ascending from the ashes of tormented and tortured souls? Or is it just simply something created by man and nature to be shared with all mankind?
It can be interpretive, whimsical and sometimes used to make a statement. And most will agree that art is everywhere. It’s on refrigerator doors, in the halls and on the walls of great museums, in people’s homes and even in gardens — especially the Gravity Garden in Carmel.
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