Anyone can be an artist, whether one was born or turned into
one. The same goes with art audience – anyone can have art,
whether the artist is bought, received as a gift, rescued or
adopted. However, it takes a responsible person to be a good artist
guardian. A responsible artist guardian loves and cares for his
artist – provides a work place, health care and nutrition, and
training to control the actions of the artist, sets aside regular
playtime and grooming periods, and cleans up after the artist. An
artist is a privilege and a commitment. Through responsible artist
guardians’ love, concern and actions regarding each artist that is
brought in, every artist becomes a cherished member of the art

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ARTISTS’ RESPONSIBILITY from Krõõt Juurak on Vimeo.

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