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Pablo Picasso (Spanish Artist and Painter. 1881-1973), has been quoted as saying that “Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up." That statement by this great artist of the 20th century, suggests that we all have the capacity to create art as our birthright.

The blogosphere offers fertile ground to explore our innate abilities to create art, as bloggers post their unique expressions in a common geometric space, the screen. Space and personal perspective are two essential elements that can be found in all art, making the blogosphere a natural format for art. 

On Blogcritics for instance, you'll find an article about mirrors which epitomizes the art element of reflection.

Reading about art history gives us a reference point to explore future manifestations of art.

Censorship is an attempt to define what doesn't constitute acceptable art, which in turn, can contribute to our definitions of art.

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