Faced with a mounting wave of modern art and popular culture, it is time to rethink our appreciation of what the arts have become.

Art historian and author Mark Williams is one of those who has been working on this task for more than 20 years.

Williams, who teaches at the University of California at Los Angeles, is an expert on Renaissance art, folk art and fantasy art, and he tells TIME why his work has resonated with the general public and the arts world.

“I think we are in the midst of a renaissance in art,” Williams says.

“I don’t think we’ve ever had a renaissance that really resonated.

There is no doubt about that.

It’s not just about art, it’s about humanity and the world as a whole.””

The idea of the renaissance is so important.

It’s not just about art, it’s about humanity and the world as a whole.”

Williams points to the renaissance in the visual arts, the resurgence of classical music and the re-emergence of the idea of a new art form.

“Art is not just a spectator sport anymore.

It is an interdisciplinary phenomenon, and that’s where we’re really in the middle of it,” he says.

In the 1960s, Williams says, the notion of art as spectator sport, in which a group of people would watch an event on a screen and then judge how it looked, had died out.

The term Renaissance, which means “renaissance,” had taken hold, but “this was a different era” in which art had “changed completely.”

In the 1970s, it was fashionable to think of art in terms of its visual qualities and aesthetic qualities.

“We were told that it was a matter of style and the look of the paintings,” Williams explains.

“But we’re not even in that era anymore.”

Art historian and writer Maryanne O’Hara says this is because “there’s no art that is not aesthetically interesting.”

Art is “about emotion, it isn’t just a visual thing,” she explains.

But there are many ways of understanding art that don’t involve images, and this includes the visual art of painting.

“In painting, the viewer has to pay attention to the paint itself,” O’Shea says.

“The painting in a work of art is an amalgam of the human and the divine, and there’s a sense that the divine and the human are one and the same.

It can have the same message as any other painting, but it’s not a matter in which you have to take a look at one to understand the other.”

O’Hina is also a visual artist who has worked on numerous books about the arts, including her own, The Arts in the Middle Ages: A Visual History of Art and Visual Culture.

In this book, she discusses the art of the Renaissance, how it influenced and shaped the visual culture of the Middle East, and how art can be used to make sense of the past.

O’Hera believes that art can help us understand our own world and the lives of other people.

“In the Renaissance period, we saw art as an art of reflection and it was used to heal wounds and to heal a person, as a kind of a ‘fusion,’ to heal them,” O.H. says.

The Renaissance was the period in which the artists had an opportunity to develop their skills and express themselves through visual art.

Artists were working from a very different vantage point from today’s artists, who have to make their money selling prints or paintings.

“This is where you see a lot of the artists’ pain and suffering and the things that people can’t see, the things people can only see on the screen, and you can see the difference,” OH. explains.

“Art has a lot to offer in the lives that we live.

We live in a world that’s more complex than it was, so the artists have a lot more to offer than just what they paint on canvas.

It gives us the ability to really see and understand ourselves and to be able to understand what’s going on in our lives.”

O.H., who is also an assistant professor of art history at the Art Institute of Chicago, has seen how art has shaped the cultures and economies of the world.

Her work includes books about paintings and sculpture, as well as the art that she says has had the most impact on the lives and livelihoods of people around the world, such as ancient pottery, ceramics and art from China and India.

She is also working on a book about the artworks that came to be known as Renaissance murals.

O’Herah says that the art in the Renaissance had a very specific purpose.

“It was to heal people, and it’s a very special kind of healing,” she says.

But this healing was more than