About the Book
"Bravely setting out to find an island of unassailable firmness in the swamp of subjective and meaningless art criticism, Leah Robb manages to build a convincing case to help the rest of us to understand why something in our local art gallery might be classed as art. If only the art critics, themselves, would read this book! Her theory doesn't disallow the bizarre or the shocking, but neither does it overlook the skill involved in crafting an unforgettable image." Phil Busby
My ‘Art Philosophy’ is to be excellent in the areas of Craftsmanship (skills), Substance (content) and Innovation (creativity) so that one is not restricted in ones artistic choices by lack of ability. In other words, one is able to dig into the toolbox of artistic expression and make deliberate choices. This book called; The Triangle Theory - Objective Criticism of Art goes into more depth about how these three elements play with and against each other in the process of art-making.