Inspired not Copied

IB Visual Arts: Inspired not Copied

Ideally it is the creative process we want to copy when looking at the great artists of the past, not their work.A copy will always be only a copy, whereas if we can teach students to investigate the creative thinking process that produces the image, then they may move beyond imitation to creating their own independent work.See also Transcribing an Art WorkCopying does have its place however, and is a valuable tool in...


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