The greatest all-time artists have allowed no obstacle to limit their creative vision.
Take, for instance, Michelangelo.
Considered the consummate “Renaissance man” and the greatest artist of his generation, Michelangelo thought nothing of working upside down for four years to paint the Sistine Chapel.
In the same way, great modern artists who seek to explore the intersection where risk meets reward will challenge themselves to create amazing art in unconventional spaces.
Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts