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Pollyanna Pontius

September 15th, 2009

Daniel Pontius

Call it having a critical eye, an aptness for selection, or an edited palate. Call it what you will, it is easy is to notice the things that need to be changed–swoop in after the fact and start pointing–it is a skill to start noticing and seeing and appreciating something just the way it is regardless of it’s differences from what we envision. My most recent experiment is to look for the pleasing and see it without exam. Plato might say that the source of beauty exists in perfect form and we know it when we see it.

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  1. Anonymous #
    September 15, 2009

    Beauty is in the eye of the beholder?

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