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Art vs. Artist

Finding the differences between Art and Artist


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Art vs. Artist

The skill of creating something brautiful by drawing, painting, or making things with your hands.
Something that requires a lot of skill, as in the art of Chinese cooking.
Forms of entertainment, such as music, theater, and film.

Someone very skilled at painting, making things, or performing in the arts.
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