It is possible for ordinary artists to become full-fledged practitioners of pop art, and there are three ways to go about it. When we say ‘ordinary painters’, we are referring here to the painters who have started out in anything other than this art, such as conventional abstract expressionism. It is a fact that conventional art has always been viewed as being a bit elitist. It has evolved to this art, though; however, said evolution could only be described as slow. It can also be classified as evolution because, at the end of this slow transformation of the art form, the artists deemed themselves to have improved greatly as artists. Ordinary painter do not just wake up one day, pick up their brush, and start churning out this works. Although they come up with that works, they still do not let go of their conventional art works.
After some time, you will notice a shift in their concentration, with them veering towards creating art works more than conventional art. A point eventually comes when they become dedicated to art completely, and when they therefore qualify to be termed as being pop artists. Let us try to define the various triggers to this evolution from conventional art to popular art.By exposing themselves to products of popular art movement, ordinary painters will have better chances at becoming pop art practitioners. Generally, ordinary painters like what they see when they manage to get close, or be exposed, to products of art. As a result, their curiosity is roused and they start to look into ways to come up with something similar. And that leads to a situation where they have to learn art practices and methods. In the process, they keep on getting drawn to popular art, until a point comes where they have absolutely no more interest in conventional art: a point at which their evolution into pop artists is said to be complete.The second way in which ordinary painters typically evolve into pop art practitioners is through exposure to the literature developed by members of this art movement. If you look at the popular art practitioners, you will find that they did not initially go looking for these literature. More often than not, they only happened to stumble on these literature. These literature are actually very informative, delving into that in great depth and showing how it fares against conventional type. You would even learn about how pop art is better than the elitist conventional type. Aspiring pop art practitioners find themselves getting a push, or become more convinced, to practice this type form over conventional after having read those literature.
The third way in which ordinary painters typically evolve into pop art practitioners is through interactions with members of this particular art movement. if you compare practitioners from other artists, you will see how different they are. They seem to have more zest for their art. Apparently, they also earn more from the practice of their art. They also seem to find their art more meaningful or with more depth. The more exposure they get to other pop art practitioners, the more attracted they will be to the prospect of becoming one of them. Thus, from conventional art, they will then move on to becoming pop art practitioners, until such time that they make a name for themselves in that field.