Kandinsky, Wassily - Yellow, Red, Blue
Type of Spiritual Experience
A description of the experience
Concerning the Spiritual in Art - Kandinsky
… the generation of a work of art is a mystery. So long as artistry exists there is no need of theory or logic to direct the painter's action.
The inner voice of the soul tells him what form he needs, whether inside or outside nature. Every artist knows, who works with feeling, how suddenly the right form flashes upon him.
Bricklin said that a true work of art must be like an inspiration; that actual painting, composition, etc., are not the steps by which the artist reaches self-expression.
The source of the experienceKandinsky, Wassily
Concepts, symbols and science items
Activities and commonsteps
SuppressionsBeauty, art and music
Believing in the spiritual world
Listening to music
Squash the big I am