Carolyn Henderson from Fine Art Views discusses the “problem” of having your art interpreted in different meanings. She uses Gulliver’s Travel as a work that can be interpreted from a viewpoint of either a cynical man or one with a close relationship with God. She then proceeds with explaining how the message in your artwork can be overdone and that you should focus on the image, subject matter, and technique instead. A very interesting read.
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