Philosophy of Art, Writing, Music, and Intellectual Property
Art needs to communicate to the intellect, the heart, and the spirit.
Art should only be created when someone feels inspired and/or when they have something to say.
Art should have meaning: it should express an idea, emotion, or situation others can either relate to or one they will never experience themselves.
Art should be harmonious with its environment—both time and place—unless it is proposing change.
Art, like knowledge, should be shared with—and available to—the world.