Is imagination good or bad? Well, it depends. If someone tells you "you've got a wonderful imagination", I would consider that a compliment. If you're a sculptor who has spent months designing, building an imaginary masterpiece. You must pay for that college education that has taught you imagination. It maybe called "creative arts". Creativity is the university that charges you 10's of thousands of $'s to be taught how to create. It should be called 'anything you can imagine you can make". Is it the imagination of the one who imagines the creation, or the imagination of the one who views the creation. There was a showing of aspiring sculptors or would they be called creators in my home town. Approximately 12 pieces of "imagination" on display around town, known for creative architecture or is it "artist with imagination". This architecture once imaginary is now real. If you can imagine it, someone can build seems to fit. Back to the imaginary sculptors, some are quite beautiful and who designed them must have a beautiful imagination. Some of the monstrosities, imaginary pieces look as though somebody welds scrap pieces of iron together from images that appear in their nightmares. Is welding a bunch of old bicycle frames together art? Why go to college for that. I imagine the imaginary arts class is a figment of someones imagination. To the creators of the imaginary art, they imagine it to be art, therefore it can be charged as art not as Joe Bob's junkyard imaginations. Although junkyards are full of wonderfully imaginary art pieces that could be welded together and create almost anything imaginable. Artist need only take daily trips to their local "cars and imagination are us" for their next work of art.
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