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Questions of Art (2008)

'Questions of Art' explores the minds of three sculpture artists of different caliber and inspiration. Mike Lindsay is a passionate yet struggling artist who makes his living making ... See full summary »

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Zach Jankovic
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Michael Lindsay Michael Lindsay ... Himself
Rick Parsons Rick Parsons ... Himself
James Surls James Surls ... Himself
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'Questions of Art' explores the minds of three sculpture artists of different caliber and inspiration. Mike Lindsay is a passionate yet struggling artist who makes his living making ornamental sculptures, such as hand rails and fire place settings. Rick Parsons is considered an emerging artist. Rick is the head of the sculpture department at the world famous Anderson Ranch Arts Center. James Surls a world renowned sculpture artist with a 4,000 Square foot studio that can barely hold his magnificent collection of work. He has work showcased in museums around the country including New York, Houston, and Santa Fe. By intertwining their stories, 'Questions of Art' explains what its like to be an artist. Written by Zach Jankovic

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Documentary | Short

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USA

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English

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1 May 2008 (USA) See more »

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$10,000 (estimated)
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A peek into the creative process
13 April 2009 | by MartinHaferSee all my reviews

QUESTIONS FOR ART is a documentary film that consists of three unconventional sculptors talking about their art and the creative process. It's interesting to note that all three sound driven to create--as if the art MUST be done and they MUST create even if the art won't sell or they never obtain fame. Interestingly, some of the men are rather famous and this fame didn't seem all that important. In fact, I got the distinct impression that if they were rich, their work wouldn't change in the least. Overall, a fascinating glimpse into the creative minds of three unique artists who are not really artists by choice but because they MUST make art. What I liked in particular is that there was no other narration--just the words of the artists as they went about building their artwork.

A must for any art student, as that same drive and fire must be present to be a great artist.


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