Foot Art Can Change How You Are Perceived By Women And Society
Foot Art may seem like a relative term to describe what some may insist is a fetish.
But before you write this off as just a passing excuse to easily repackage the typical foot fetish ideal, it’s worth noting that the concept of viewing feet as Foot Art is actually not a new one.
As a progressive visual artist who’s developed artistic concepts that focus on Artistic Feet for about the past 13 years. I’ve learned the Features, Advantages, and benefits of feet as Foot Art! In fact, I’ve sort of pseudo-named one project I’m developing, “The Dancer’s Foot Project”
So I put together this blog post because I wanted to present a special message to people who like me, love Artistic Feet for some reason.
So If that’s you, then you’re in the right place because what I’m going to share with you will revolutionize the way you get access to the foot concept. You will learn:
- The best way to appreciate what you love about feet
- The best way to access the beautiful attributes about the foot that you like
So, Ready? Then Let’s get to it…
Foot Art Is The Label Of Champions.
OK, so what is the best way to Appreciate Dancer’s Feet? Now if you noticed, I didn’t say, What is the best way to SEE dancers feet! Why is that important? Well, you’re likely looking at them through photos or videos, maybe you catch a live performance of some sort, perhaps you are a performance artist and your interest in the foot is from that perspective,…
… and though there’s certainly nothing wrong with any of that, but I would like to present to you a “Concept” that will allow you to “Experience” the Feet in a better, more dynamic way, And the BEST way to “Experience” Dancer’s Feet is through…
That’s right, in fact now I’m going to share one of the most important things that you should know that will help you to both “Appreciate” and “Experience” the Artistic Foot in almost any way that YOU can imagine…
This, is the first of several main points that I’m going to highlight for you…
OK, here is the first main point:
… whatever you want to get, you can get it through art! …
Now for that to have meaning, you need to understand Just what that means, so I’m going to focus for a bit, on the Features, Advantages, and benefits of Art, then I will connect that to how they can help you to Appreciate and Experience the Foot in a whole new and personal way.
All right, let’s talk about some features. There are a lot of them, but here are just a few starting with this one:
- Art has an optional Definition feature:
Yep that’s right! – OK you’re probably thinking “what in the world does that mean”!!!
Glad you’re think’n, let me explain:
Art can be defined by the artist, or, it can be defined by the one viewing the art, or both. Even if the artist has already predefined the artistic subject, if the one viewing it simply just wants to redefine the art into something they prefer that works in their heart, well, you can do that, because, it’s your opinion, and everyone’s entitled to their own opinion (just don’t tell the artist you redefined their subject – or you might get Paper Mached while you’re sleeping, just kidding).
OK, here’s another feature:
- Art has an optional Expressiveness feature:
Now why in the world would you care about that!
Well, think of it as a kind of opportunity custom made, just for you …
See, different variations of expression can bring an element of uniqueness to an artistic subject, and that could really be a way for you to feel unique and great about yourself, and even comfortable with yourself. Really the possibilities are endless! It’s just a great big self-esteem bag of wholesome goodness just waiting to shower itself down upon your beautiful soul.
Say you like to make macaroni and cheese (now even if you don’t, just go with on this). Now when you make your macaroni and cheese, you like to add salt, pepper, and onion to it and that tastes just great to you.
But your good friend who also likes to make macaroni and cheese doesn’t like to add salt, pepper, and onion, but does add some sliced hot dogs to his.
OK, Houston, we’ve got some serious Expressiveness here!
See, you both make macaroni and cheese, but you both have different variations on what makes it work for you. That’s a form of expression.
- OK here’s an important auxiliary point to add:
When it comes to art, you don’t need to actually make the art for expressiveness to work for you, because you can simply get other artists to do that for you! Isn’t that cool!
That’s right, and people do it all the time. They find an artist, tell them what they want, and the artist creates it for them using the mediums they work with. Plaster, film, photo etc…
… so, the people say something like:
I wanna redecorate my house! Who do they call? Interior Decorator!
Or, the people say something like:
I wanna Trick Out my car! Who do they call? Trick Out my car people! OK, I don’t know what their called. Anyway, hopefully you get the idea, And if you don’t, I’ll simplify now:
Listen to this…
“…You don’t need to be an Artist, to express what you want to see in a certain subject of your interest!”
HA HA! Put that one in your pocket and spin it! (I don’t know what that means!)…
… Anyway, In the next post, I’ll talk about some “Advantages” of Art or Artistic Presentation.