Different ways of looking at "The Muse"
Drawing should be regarded as a major art form, artist David Hockney once said...
Despite long being seen as "almost irrelevant", drawing is a vital part of every creative process, Hockney said.
"Drawing has been neglected for the last 30 years in art education," he told BBC News Online.
Drawing as always been the essence of most art forms. Since the beginnings of mankind it has always been the closest form to nature. It is another form of language to express nature, creativity, (creativity which comes from nature and what we see) and mankind. Probably the earliest forms of drawing date back to the prehistoric cave paintings at Lascaux.
David Hockney was kind,saying "Neglected"
I started this group,so people could be able to just Draw,on a regular basis,yet ,what is needed is a more formal place to have it,instead of my home,a place though where very little cost is incurred.
Peter Xiao interview
I like how they have their's flipped to support drawing boards
As you view this photo,realize,you may never see people in Higher states of "Consciousness"- I loved observing them ,listening to then breath,hearing their charcoals,pencils moving on the paper.
for myself this male is very much a MUSE,,yet would be more difficult to draw/ I would have to get my mind right,because I am sexual attracted to him./I love to pose with him mounting me..lol...yummy!
Different definitions of Muse
1-(in Greek and Roman mythology) each of nine goddesses, the daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne, who preside over the arts and sciences.
The Muses are generally listed as Calliope (epic poetry), Clio (history), Euterpe (flute playing and lyric poetry), Terpsichore (choral dancing and song), Erato (lyre playing and lyric poetry), Melpomene (tragedy), Thalia (comedy and light verse), Polyhymnia (hymns, and later mime), and Urania (astronomy)
2-A person or personified force who is the source of inspiration for a creative artist.