works of literature Vs works of visual art
Consider how works of literature (poetry, novels, short stories, plays) differ from works of visual art.
In your initial post, discuss the pros and cons of these two forms of art. What can literary art achieve that visual art cannot? How? And vice versa: What can a visual work of art offer that a literary work cannot? Use specific examples of each art form to support your ideas.
We know literature as being an expression of individual thought and feeling that is achieved through a creative process. Visual art is unique in that it is extremely appealing and creates a sense of ownership and belonging. Take for instance an art work such as a carving or a painting like that of Mona Lisa. Looking at it, the artist thought and ideas are shone to light. People place all sorts of bids to purchase such paintings…..