Sports That Are Particularly Artistic
Sport is an art form and sometimes more, sometimes less aesthetic.
Football sports as an art
As artists and art lovers, you see the special and capture it with color. The football fan, equipped with a greasy fan shirt, scarf, beer belly and musical instrument on the level of a toddler toy, that’s not what you primarily see. Instead, you see the art of the ball, the almost choreographic goal maneuvers, the flexing of muscles in the footballers’ calves when the footballers prepare to jump.
You paint and draw football very often and always find inspiration for a new picture or even a whole collage. If you watch a professional football game, you know what true passion is. This not only applies to the footballers, but also to the fans. Have you ever looked a real football fan in the eye, when his team won? This is pure happiness. Yes, football is definitely an art because what else could evoke such emotions?
Sports and art go hand and hand. You can see that on the mega news websites where visual arts are displayed. Sports is one of the favorite subjects of artists.
Art in perfection: Ballet
Ballet is a sport you greatly admire and without a doubt an art. In this case, no one disputes that. In the high-performance area, the very young ballet students begin to devote themselves completely to the ballet and train day in, day out. To do this, they often go to schools that specialize in making real professional dancers out of their students.
The level of flexibility and body control that comes from the hard training is just incredible. You have the greatest respect for the young people who sacrifice everything for their great goal of later being on the really big stages of this world. Ballet hurts. Just notice the pointe shoes. Isn’t it impressive how light as a feather dancing still looks? If you see a ballet performance, you can’t help but paint what you see. It’s just a completely different and magical world.
Also a form of art: martial arts
Martial arts is art. Martial arts are sometimes almost a dance performance. You are only too happy to capture this fine line between acts of violence and dance choreography in pictures. Of course, Asian martial arts cannot be compared to wrestling or boxing or even wrestling. Martial arts are beautiful in their own way if you’re willing to see the beauty in them.