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When less is considered more

By Debra Dobbins


The clever spider is taking his inspiration from a movement started in the 1960s in art, dance and music. Minimalism calls for an artist to use “only the simplest design, structure [or] forms,” according to Webster’s.

"Free Ride," a sculpture by American artist Tony Smith, is an example of minimalist art. 

photo courtesy of Wikipedia

 

 

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