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Folk Art Is Fine Art

Yankee Plus Dec 2015


Folk Art Is Fine Art
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In this pluralistic 21st century art society, the distinction between fine art and folk art is hardly worth making. An artist is an artist is an artist and art is anything an artist says it is. Art can be an object, an act, an installation, or just idea. It can be made of anything from oil paint to chewing gum. Anything goes.

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