Surrealistic Art

The modern world has become filled with brilliant designs of art, which are now very influential to viewers of every age.Today's television programs are filled with elaborate special effects and designs that create a sense of wonder as they are seen.Diverse artwork has been present in the world for hundreds of years but was never fully appreciated for the beauty that they beheld. Until recent years, this form of art was rejected but is now in many television programs and especially in the music videos of today.Surrealism has helped to educate and shape the way people today view art and has led to a new form of expression in the modern world.
Surrealism is art without direct meaning, which doesn't always portray the beautiful aspects of Earth, but instead show truth in a hidden form.When surrealism was in the early stages, it was rejected because it reflected the truth of an unhappy life and wasn't filled with what the public felt should be shown.As human education evolved, they began to notice what surrealism was all about and soon began to demand more and more.
One individual, Salvador Dali, helped put surrealism on the map for art lovers around the world.Dali was born on the eleventh of May in 1904 at Figueras, Spain.In 1918, he entered hisfirst art exhibit, which he became well known from at his early age.His surrealistic style didn't begin until 1930 when he began to explore his emotions and started painting his feelings.In 1932 he exhibited hisfirst surrealistic art show in the United States.Throughout Dali's life he published many novels and autobiographies along with numerous screenplays.In 1984, Dali was severely burnt by a fire that started in his house.He later died in 1989 of heart failure in the Torre Galatea where he had been living since the fire at his previous home.
Dali's artwork is now treasured and is featured in art galleries around the world.The Pe…