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These Delaware Artists

Two art school students discuss the nature of aesthetics.

By Skyler SaundersPublished 4 months ago 1 min read
These Delaware Artists
Photo by Volodymyr Tokar on Unsplash

Frozen in space, the sculptures depicted the actions of flying, swimming, and making ships.

“I still don’t like them,” Rafferty Coor observed.

“Why not?” Gregor Stacy asked.

“They look too real. I like the abstract.”

Coor looked bewildered. “How could you say that? These Delaware artists show the beauty and representative nature of the human form especially.”

Stacy looked further at the sculptures. He still wanted to see a mishmash of forms and bodies in space.

“I can see how these depictions of the human form can be special. It takes time to realize the truth of excellence,” Stacy said.


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