11 Days of Love

How do artists describe their love affair with art? Take a look!


“I love red so much that I almost want to paint everything red.”
Alexander Calder

“I hardly ever paint people unless I’m rather in love with them.”
— Sylvia Sleigh

“Every picture shows a spot with which the artist himself has fallen in love.”
— Alfred Sisley

“After a thousand watercolors you will find that you have fallen in love with paper and paint.”
— Rex Brandt

“I think one’s art goes as far and as deep as one’s love goes.”
— Andrew Wyeth

“I so love carving. It seems to me to be the most rhythmic and marvelous way of working on live, sensuous material.”
— Barbara Hepworth

“It is not enough for a painter to be a clever craftsman. He must love to caress his canvas, too.”
— Pierre-Auguste Renoir

“Throughout the time I am working on a canvas I can feel how I am beginning to love it.”
— Joan Miro

“Painting is like making love. You cannot ask, ‘How do you do it’? But hopefully it is beautiful.”
— Francesco Clemente

“When Vincent and I were together in Arles, both of us insane and constantly at war over beautiful colors, I adored red and he loved yellow.”
— Paul Gauguin

“If I create from the heart, nearly everything works; if from the head, almost nothing.”
— Marc Chagall
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