Well, it would have to depend on how old you are at this time because perhaps you could relate as a parent or child. Then again, not much has changed over the years. Good parents for understandable reasons, may well still be discouraging their highly ambitious sons and daughters from venturing into the world of art. Because it is universally accepted that fine artists, no matter their genre, generally struggle to make a living.
But should a son tell his father that he would like to become professionally involved in carpentry services in denver, co, you won’t see his father stopping him. Unless of course he’s had high hopes of his son joining the family business. Or going on to college to study to become a lawyer, doctor or chartered accountant. Call it a blessing in disguise for this son who might harbor keen interests in the world of art.
Because while he is attending to all that appears to be practical and mundane on the surface level, he still gets to indulge himself heavily in this world of art. While a well-trained sense of technical nous is required to produce the perfect dovetail, the young carpentry apprentice still gets to produce art. And if you’re a layman or woman and train your eye and mind to be more observant, you’re going to see art.
You’re going to feel art. You’re going to see and feel art in everything that you touch. You’re going to caress your dining room table’s legs and you’re going to feel art. You’re going to look at the top of your staircase bannister and you’re going to wonder about the art rather than the distance and height. You view a picturesque cabin and you see art there as well.