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Should Nostalgia Inform Your Art?

Eric Maisel

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July 26th, 2013 - 01:35 PM

Should Nostalgia Inform Your Art?

Have you ever thought about using nostalgia to inform your art? Read more!

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Tim Neiser

3 Years Ago

Everett, WA

Many of my art pieces deal with something from the past. Whether it be war planes of WWII or some location that has been seen and remembered by just a few, at a strategic moment in time. These memories are the pictures of things we wish to use as a reference and showed be the models of our work---or at least of mine. I like to lock these memories in picture form for in these works are many words that can not be said in a more tangent means than the minds eye in art.