How to Be a Better Art Critic

To be a better art critic, you must first consider the artist. When you put that much of an investment in anything, you are going to be very sensitive about someone telling you it is not good enough, which is why you should always tread lightly when critiquing something. Ii you do not, you can run the risk of discouraging the artist entirely, causing them to quit or even just effecting the quality of the work, which impacts everyone, not just the artist. Artists tend to be very sensitive, especially in regards to their work. The best way to offer constructive criticism is to start with a compliment, showing the best part about the work first. You may hurt feelings, but this is unavoidable because of the amount of time and effort that they put into each work. That is why it is so important to be considerate and conscientious of other people's work

Itit is not difficult to be considerate when critiquing someone else's work, it simply requires a bit of common sense. When approaching something to critique it, especially when speaking on someone else's work, no matter what you should always be considerate, even if they say that they are comfortable with constructive criticism.

Patricia Guzzi has been an interior designer and artist for many years now, becoming a very well known professional in Westwood MA. She has been accumulating much experience in the mean time, as well as accruing a level of skill that is unparalleled in the field. As a result many of the designers and co-workers that she works with ask for her advice or critique on a work on a regular basis. They do this because they respect her artistic opinion as well as all of her experience in the field.