Style is like a hand writing.
It is your identity.
A beginning artist is struggling at first to look what style he really wanted.
As he goes on, he can learn from others or stay the same.
He can choose whatever he wants…good, nice, fair or bad.
It is evident that a child at first didn’t know how to write.
As he grow older he learns to write and with that chooses what style of hand writing he will carry on.
What is also evident in style is the way an artist live.
Because if you are happy in life, you create a happy or good style.
If you are wealthy, you can be very stylish.
If you are a loner, you can be simple.
And if you are too expose to many things or in a wild world, you can be too expressive.
Style is also very evident to all great masters of art.
From Leonardo to Rembrandt.
From Monet to Van Gogh.
And from Pollock to Warhol.
We create something what is inside our hearts and in our minds.
Our own art reflects what kind of soul and spirit do we have.
It is in our art, we are best remembered…
And not on the way we look.
By Carlo Cesar Rodillas