An artist’s statement is his work. If written descriptions are also used, far from amplifying that statement they over-simplify and cheapen it. Words are linear and sequential but a picture is not and, consequently, is a far richer, far more complex communication.
If what I wanted to show could have been said in words, I would have used them and so avoided the more difficult exercise of making pictures.
For an extended exploration of this topic: you might like to read my essay “What’s in a Picture?” which can be found on my web-site.
For more information please see the artists own website www.michaelstuartgreen.com
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