Observasi dalam Mencipta Karya Seni
Keywords:observation, art, creativity
In the beginning of creating a work of art, an observation of the problem is needed. A new representation of an existing form, would not become a newness if not display novelty and actuality, as it will only produce something similar, and repetition, so it will not be a result of creativity.
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