No one is talking about political parties or politicization here, but the types of different sets of rules set by different categories of painters concerning having a great result. In most cases, some set of rules inhibit creativity and can also be counter-productive. Painting is both an occupation and an art. It requires creativity and trying out new ideas, concepts, and innovations.
In the study of jazz music, having learned all the important rules and stuff, students are taught how to break the rules without undermining the purpose and beauty of the art. Also, when it comes to painting, politics is of little use. Do the politics with your paint brushes, rollers, and the right choice and mix of paint to achieve your intended results.
In most cases, going against the traditional belief about painting is necessary to create a modern technique and color scheme that is unique and usually appealing and make the project stand out.
While the early rules set are good and provide a guideline and bedrock for innovations, focusing on such regulations are nothing but a limitation to creativity. Forget the politics – just paint! Follow an unbeaten path; create a unique work that beats all expectations. Be free and let your imagination and creativity take over. Bring something new to the table and let us have a new direction.
When it comes to painting, there is no limitation or restriction of thoughts, ideas, and innovations – there are different routes to achieving excellent outcomes, forge a new path and cut the monotony. Ignore the politics – just paint!