Sentences with Painting, Sentences about Painting in English

Sentences with Painting, Sentences about Painting in English

1. How much is that painting?

2. It was a receipt for my painting.

3. Do these paintings appeal to you?

4. I don’t like any of these paintings.

5. I have been painting this picture since Tuesday.

6. The painting I saw today was like wisdom of owls.

7. Sculpture is the best comment that a painter can make on painting.

8. The girls were painting animal pictures, and Katrina spilled the paint.

9. Sometimes I miss out the morning’s painting session and instead study my Japanese books in the open.

10. With every experience, you alone are painting your own canvas, thought by thought, choice by choice.

11. Painting is not made to decorate apartments. It’s an offensive and defensive weapon against the enemy.

12. I’m here to face dubious employment options with a painting degree and then go get a Guinness after class.

13. My aim in painting has always been the most exact transcription possible of my most intimate impression of nature.

14. Painting will have to deal more fully and less obliquely with life and nature’s phenomena before it can again become great.

15. If the world could remain within a frame like a painting on the wall, I think we’d see the beauty then and stand staring in awe.

16. I had some money, I made the best paintings ever. I was completely reclusive, worked a lot, took a lot of drugs. I was awful to people.

17. I love getting my nails done. My mom’s best friend is a manicurist. When I was little, she’d do little paintings on my nails, like flowers.

18. Ah, lives of men! When prosperous they glitter – Like a fair picture when misfortune comes – A wet sponge at one blow has blurred the painting.

19. I am a great lover of art, in many forms: paintings, objets, textiles. I don’t have the talent for painting, but I have a very good sense of colour, a love of visual beauty.

20. I grew up painting and playing piano so when I was a little kid I thought I was going to be an artist or a painter but my mom had me taking piano lessons for about 10-12 years as a young kid.

21. You can’t work in the movies. Movies are all about lighting. Very few filmmakers will concentrate on the story. You get very little rehearsal time, so anything you do onscreen is a kind of speed painting.

22. Some days I would be there at ten in the morning and wouldn’t leave till ten at night, and the others would waltz in for a couple of hours and then leave, because I was doing that painting thing. And they were happy to see that being done.

23. My horizon on humanity is enlarged by reading the writers of poems, seeing a painting, listening to some music, some opera, which has nothing at all to do with a volatile human condition or struggle or whatever. It enriches me as a human being.

24. Unfortunately, after Sept. 11, there was an outburst in America of intense suffering and patriotism, and the Bush administration was very shrewd and effective in painting anyone who disagreed with the policies as unpatriotic or even traitorous.

25. I spend my afternoons painting and working on my Open Hearts jewelry line for Kay Jewelers. I designed an image of a heart that isn’t completely closed. My mom always told me to live with an open heart – when life gets tough, you should go out and help someone else.

26. People who put my paintings on their walls are putting their values on their walls: faith, family, home, a simpler way of living, the beauty of nature, quiet, tranquillity, peace, joy, hope. They beckon you into this world that provides an alternative to your nightly news broadcast.

27. I love Rauschenberg. I love that he created a turning point in visual history, that he redefined the idea of beauty, that he combined painting, sculpture, photography, and everyday life with such gall, and that he was interested in, as he put it, ‘the ability to conceive failure as progress.’

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