My infographic Statement!
Above all, I included the famous quote from Maxine Greene, an art educator whom I respect, as an influential educational philosophy. I also created an image as an artist and art educator who works slowly but steadily by including my symbol and icon, Snail Anna. The effect that looks like paint spreading on the desktop is a word cloud created with my title.
An infographic artist's statement is a visual and concise representation of an artist's philosophy, style, and purpose using the format of an infographic. This unique approach combines text, images, and design elements to provide a visually engaging summary of the artist's work and identity. Here's what it typically includes:
Introduction: A brief introduction to the artist, often including their name and a statement about their role as an artist.
Artistic Philosophy: A concise statement or visual representation of the artist's core beliefs and principles about art and creativity.
Style: Visual examples or descriptions of the artist's preferred style, techniques, media, and aesthetic preferences.
Influences: Images, icons, or text representing the critical influences on the artist's work, such as other artists, cultures, or personal experiences.
Message or Themes: A brief statement or visual symbols that convey the central themes or messages in the artist's work.
Impact: A representation of the emotional or intellectual impact the artist aims to have on their audience through their art.
Goals: Statements or visuals that outline the artist's artistic goals, whether personal, social, or professional.
Exhibitions and Achievements: If applicable, the infographic may include information about significant exhibitions, awards, or notable accomplishments in the artist's career.
Contact Information: This section details how to contact or connect with the artist, including website links and social media handles.
An infographic artist's statement serves as a creative and concise way for artists to communicate their identity and mission in a visually engaging manner. It can be a powerful tool for introducing their work to a broad audience and providing insight into the artist's creative journey.
Myungja Anna Koh