Dahlonega, GA -- (SBWIRE) -- 05/30/2016 -- If you look at an art form today, whether it be music, paining or even sculpting, we see beautiful and pleasant creations from people all over the world. Unless you are an artist yourself or have an eye for creativity, you probably cannot appreciate and see the art in everything that surrounds us every day. Nick Alsis, however, has been losing interest in the modern art of today and has a simple reason why.
"Nearly everything we see today looks far too similar to something else like it and it doesn't help that there is a lack of details," says Alsis. "Do we have artists today or are they copy cats?" he continued. Mr. Alsis is a well known professional art evaluation specialist with over 30 years invested into art schools across the United States and Canada.
The argument that Mr. Alsis is making is there doesn't seem to be anymore art geniuses as there were in the time of the Renaissance period in Europe primarily around the 14th and 17th centuries. We have brilliant technological minds and inventors, but no trace of an art genius such as Michelangelo or Leonardo da Vinci can be found. "Even in the 1950's and 1970's cars had style; they were different from each other and had character. You could tell what a car was by it's unique body style from a mile away. Today? I can't tell a Honda from a Nissan without looking at 'Nissan' on the car!" exclaimed Alsis.