Archive for February, 2013
Fine art videos take a variety of forms, and some of them are considered gruesome, unattractive, and boring. Each type has its merits, whether the fine arts videos are of performance art, the creation of a visual work of art, or simply cinematographic art. The subcategory of “visual art videos” within fine art videos specifically focuses on capturing on tape a painter, sculptor, sidewalk artist, collagist, or other artist creating a single piece of art. These fine art videos display the creative process in ways that cannot be described. The fine arts human videos of performance art capture physical art or art that is in motion, such as ballet or other types of dancing, theater, concerts, and more. This proves to be an interesting study in the form that art can take, but some also say that it diminishes the individualism of performance art. In the past, these performance art displays or showcases have been unique in their characteristics and nuances, with each show or each dance having its own quirks, but with the fine art videos made of them, they are no longer the unique experience that they once were.
Fine art videos are available, of course, from a number of art organizations, whether they are museums, dance troupes, higher education institutions, or acting guilds. Some of these organizations also offer clips through their websites, but many are also available for download. Many organizations charge for them as a way of getting additional funding, but finding free art video downloads is significantly easier with the advent of the internet. YouTube and other video streaming websites often have clips of such videos and external links to websites where they can be downloaded or seen in their entirety. If you are interested in how an artist creates or the individuality of performances, try to find some of these fine art videos for your entertainment!