Not only while reading the Ezine Acts Art Essence, but just about everything you do, hear, read, say, or watch, an art essence is very important to deal with that matter in an artistic way.
The essence is the nature of the thing, or the emotion integrated with a feeling, or a sense, or an attribute that makes an entity of something or unfold its contextual subject.
Since it is a mixture of love, or passion and knowledge of specific topic, it connects to the science of art and beauty, the science of psychology and the science of philosophy. Business, love and politics have that essence. Arts and cultures have it too. A picture, such as the following, could make that essence.
Don't tell me you feel the essence of sex on this picture, as it definitely has none. But, it has only an acrobatic essence. That is an essence of art, which makes the feminine bodies move in specific shapes to shape the essence of art, so you get the impression right. But sex… well it has another essence in the body language, I'll tell you about in a moment.
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You may need it sometimes, as explained on the Ezine Acts Art Essence, even to reach that utmost pleasure you want. You can even solve psychological problems, when you develop a specific problems management skills with essence to support your medication skills. It could even make you live longer.
I am serious about all of this. If you don't believe it, I'll tell you about a secret personal matter about it. Sometimes, while I was too young, I practiced the art of the body language with many girls and even married women, even on the public transport.
No, I don't mean that I made all these silly things some people do with women while they are all in the crowd. I mean something very different and it has always positive response from the other person.
For example, I just sit very calm beside the other gentle sex and then feel her, as if I am smelling her. When the shoulders touches, I get the glimpse of ecstasy to travel all the way to my arm and thigh which will actually get closer to hers.
Then the body language would begin. You could feel it when her flesh comes in contact with yours and then the body language would flow smart, as if the parts of the body that touch each other whisper to each other.
It happened many times, that I got out of the public transport with the girl, or the woman I communicated with her by that art essence walking to finish what we started. That is an essence of sex. It is like a scent. You get it when the other person smell it. Well, I think the Ezine Acts Art Essence becomes interesting.
The body art is not just acrobatic, as you see through the two images on the Ezine Acts Art Essence. It is more than that. It is a language the body talks its own way. But, it is not the pantomime you anticipate. The fingers have their language. The eyes have special language too.
The body as the flesh, bones and blood your soul inhabits, is full of body languages. When every body language integrates with the essence of art (and that is something you may acquire by nature, or by comprehensive readings in arts and beauty) you get the body language right through all of your body features.
Any piece of beautiful paintings, or sculpture, as you see through the Ezine Acts Paintings could make the same essence of art. A good fiction, or non-fiction could make the same feeling. A movie, or a theatre play, or a circus play could also raise that essence of art, as explained on the Ezine Acts Art Essence.
It could appear even in the way you talk, the way you look, or the way you walk. That essence of art has also presence in everything you do. It sends polite touches, with some influence to others in your environment.
There are some notes about the essence of art in Africa on the Ezine Acts Art Essence. However, the notes could also apply to other places in Asia, Latin America and may be the rest of the world. The Ezine Acts ART ESSENCE here is a continuation to the article at Ezine Acts African Art. You may need to read that article, so you could understand the topic better.
It is also part of more than 41 pages about arts and cultures in the Ezine Act's Network, all of which I have listed at the Ezine Acts Art Links (site map 11 A), with its extension into sub-site-maps at Ezine Acts Art and Culture (site map 11 B), Ezine Acts Fine Arts (site map 11 C), French Paintings (site map 11 D), Ezine Acts Literature (site map 11 E) and Ezine Acts Photo Gallery (site map 11 F).
Until recently, many Africans even with art essence look at art as something not of much importance in life. This is because of their economical situations through which they pay great attention to their jobs and other means to earn money and improve their lives.
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Others also consider that art has not any kind of importance or even as something not serious… a look well based either on illiteracy, or religious beliefs.
We see in the traditional life many people who opposed having their children to be singers, or got angry seeing them drawing, for example.
This fact could explain why many of the artworks remained unsigned by the creators… an issue that has been discussed many times by the Western artists and writers. Such anonymity in the African culture has also another interpretation.
The artists who left their art production un signed, did not look to their arts with an art essence to consider these artworks of any importance.
So, the Western literary critics and scholars have many different interpretations to respond to the question of why the traditional African artists did not sign their artworks and left them to appear and stay anonymous.
Some of them explained that with this art essence, when they look to anonymous artworks they feel the pleasure of those artworks more than when they appear signed by the artists’ names... which is a very arguable matter.
Based on this fact, Roy Sieber, a leading scholar in African art has discussed in his book, The Tribal Arts of Africa many aspects of the art essence in Western Africa.
It seems that many aspects do not comply with the methods Western critics and scholars use to understand and interpret the cultures of other peoples... aiming at that it is not necessary to define that art essence in Africa only by using the Western cultural notions, values, and standards.
Few educated or sophisticated people in Africa, compared with people in the Western world still have an art essence. It is in the last century that the West has started to feel the art essence in Africa to deal seriously with the African arts.
France was the first state in the Western world to embrace with "French essence" comprehensive cultural orientation towards Africa since the starting years of the Western colonization in Africa.
They did that because they believed the cultural aspect of the colonization would have permanent impacts on people for years to come. And thus they built that art essence to be present in the Francophone African states.
It crept inside softly after the wars and started the sophistication program to have many Africans in the Francophone zone appreciating the cultural leading role of France in Africa. The French influence is still present in those Francophone states and within the African community in France.
They played great role, with their French sophisticated culture in Ethiopia, in particular, which appears even in the Amharic styles, as I mentioned in my book, "The Political Tragedy in the Horn of Africa" at the right column of the Ezine Acts Art Essence. However, chapters of the book are about the French political influence.
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