International Artist’s Day- 25th October.

International Artist's Day - October 25

THamizh will say there are 64 arts in the world and they are all DIVINBE!

International Artist’s Day on October 25th honors artists and all the contributions they make. The day also celebrates one of the most famous artists, Pablo Picasso. The Spanish artist was born on October 25th, 1881.

Artists work hard to create their work. They add beauty to the world around us. Most artists work with many different mediums. Not only that, but the word artist encompasses painters, photographers, sculptors, musicians, dancers, writers, actors, digital artists, and more. When one is born with a creative gift, that creativity flows into many different areas. For example, Picasso was a painter, sculptor, ceramicist, poet, and playwright.

Art came about long before written works. Since the beginning of time, art has communicated ideas and kept records of important events. Art offers a connection to the past. Artists record our history, indelibly. They also unearth truths. Through their work, they tell stories and pass on traditions. Artists have a unique way of connecting to the people around them. In a world full of bad news, one of their most important roles is to offer messages of hope.

HOW TO OBSERVE #InternationalArtistsDay

Several organizations around the world support international Artist’s Day. Some of these include the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Art Gallery of Ontario, National Galleries of Scotland, Jerusalem Foundation, and several others. To celebrate local artists, many cities, such as White Rock, British Columbia, and San Miguel, Spain, host fine arts festivals. Galleries around the world host open houses and invite the public to view their art for free or at a discounted price.

Here are a few arts by 5 year old grandson Master. OM in US.

The last one by S.Nivetha.

Let us wish all the artists a grand day!

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