Imaginary art: abandoned house

by Shehbaaz Baurtally
(Port-Louis, Mauritius)

abandoned house

abandoned house

This type of scene is common in Mauritius, especially where sugar factories have been closed. So there are many small houses resembling each other. And they were normal for the workers of the factories.


The size of art does not matter when it comes to appreciation. If an artwork makes others uplifted or inspired or attracted, then it is a real art. After all, as I always say that the word "art" itself denotes know-how attained by practice.

The art world is being worsened by those who claim that art does not demand skill/talent, that art has no standard, meaning that anything can be label as art, even a blank canvas.

Although this will not affect our own art, yet, I like sharing these facts so that people are not fooled by the deceptive fake art world. Today you can easily find a super-rich with no serious skill, distorting the real meaning of art and showing fake art pieces. But because he is super rich or has a notorious family name, then some will venerate him even though internally they are confused.

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Apr 19, 2021
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Thanks Ivan :)
by: Shehbaaz Baurtally

Very nice explanation Ivan.

Apr 18, 2021
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Very nice rendering :) Indeed, the art is devastated by current so-called "fake art idiotism"...Anyway, in my opinion, we should not give it any of our thought energy because garbage won't survive, after all, it never has. History repeatedly proves it! Just let it go, do not give the "fake art" any attention and it will dissolve by itself. Anything that is not genuine or real desperately seeks our attention in order to survive, because our attention gives it the life-energy to keep it vital. In other words, it is us who keep the "fake" alive by giving it enough attention and passionately hate /dislike it. That's a huge negative energy stream and that is what fake desperately needs to flourish. What we focus on, expands. That's the trick! The fewer people give attention to fake art the less fake art will survive. It's that simple. Let's concentrate on creating uplifting artwork!

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