Born out of the entrepreneurial designs of Pat Johnson, Studio Three is a form of self expression, offering its clients a reason to come a little closer and re-examine their own surroundings in a more expressive and personal way.
Moving beyond the thought of “art as decoration,” Studio Three revels in the concept of “art for art sake,” believing that the consumer of art constructs their own meaning, whether a piece of sculpture, a photograph, or a chair, and that those pieces of art bring individual identity to oneself, framing an unanalyzable creative power.
There is no denying that somethings catch our eye and other things don’t. When form and function conjoin, it it a perfect balance. The point where something becomes of great use to us, inexplicably draws us to want to touch it, hold it, and sometimes to have it. This is Art. This is how an individual defines themselves against others. The draw towards the perfect balance in an object is what we individually call Art.
Is Art subjective? You bet.
Revel in your subjective nature and fear no art… for it is the provocation of thoughts and feelings that make our world.
Aristotle said, “The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but the inward significance…” I heart fully agree.
Please take a few minutes to view and enjoy the offerings we have posted, and should something catch your eye, and you would like to know more about it, please give me a call or send me a text at 607-651-5551.