Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Art"

The meaning of "Art" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does the art of business mean?
A: Although "art" usually means things like painting, drawing, and such, it can also mean "skill" in certain contexts.

The phrase "the art of ___" is used fairly commonly in English to talk about skill. It simply means "the way of doing ___ with skill."

So "the art of business" would mean, "doing business skillfully".
Q: What does I saw your art, and was pleasantly surprised because not days before I chose to work on an idea I've had for like 2 years now. Just seeing that got me a bit more excited to write more of it. mean?
A: not days before = just a couple days before that

They have had an idea for 2 years, but they've never worked on it. Recently, they decided to start working on their idea, then a few days later, they saw your art.
Q: What does "the art of..." mean. when you say , the art of cooking, the art of patience etc.
it is confusing because how can patience be art? mean?
A: "The art of" basically means "the skill of." It sort of means that there's great skill in doing that thing.
Q: What does I'm art blocked mean?
A: This implies that someone has no inspiration to create art.
Q: What does How did you add art to your life today? mean?
A: 今日、自分の生活にどういう風に芸術を加えましたか。
I think it's probably asking how you used art in your everyday life.

Example sentences using "Art"

Q: Please show me example sentences with adroit (in art, I'm writing an art essay).
A: Art:
> Leonardo Da Vinci was adroit at sketching from a very early age.
> Frida Kahlo’s adroit paintings reflect her troubled life.
> Donatello was extraordinarily adroit at sculpture.

Everyday:
> His adroit remarks made us laugh.
> She was an adroit excuse makers.
> it is important to be adroit when playing sports.

“Adroit” n’est pas un mot qu’on entend souvent dans la conversation
Q: Please show me example sentences with Still teaching art and design.
Why this sentences use still + verb + ing?.
A:
'Still' can be used with any tense.
I still like you.
I still went to the party.
I still didn't know where to go.
I will still love you.
I'm still waiting on a package.

It just means that the action happened, is happening or will happen regardless of other factors.

*Why does this
Q: Please show me example sentences with ...become(s) an art. .
A: "With practice, loud yelling can become an art."
"Put together, his messy paintings become an art."

A little different:
"The flowers look so pretty they become art."

Synonyms of "Art" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between art and fine art ?
A: Fine art is like.... expensive art lol.
Like paintings or sculptures in a museum.

Art is all kinds of art. Including finger painting or crayon drawings from a 5 year old.
Q: What is the difference between I have been studying art these days. and I am studying art there days. ?
A: I have been studying art implies that you've already been doing it and that you are continuing to do it, while I am studying art just means that you are doing it in the present with no other implications
Q: What is the difference between art and skill ?
A:

art - creative technique, method or style

• skill - a talent or ability

◇ Sherry's art of teaching is quite effective!

◇ David practices hard to increase his skill at dunking in basketball games!
Q: What is the difference between involved in the art of the Ming dynasty. and interested in the art of the Ming dynasty. ?
A: Well involved means he made the art of the Ming dynasty or he sold it but you would probably use more words probably like he was involved in making art during the Ming dynasty or he was involved in selling art from the Ming dynasty while the other one just means he was interested in it and it doesn’t need anything else. Was there a passage before did he make or sell art in it? Or was he interested in it?
Q: What is the difference between art gallery and art museum ?
A: An art gallery is smaller than an art museum. Art galleries are usually only a few rooms and the art in them changes frequently. The art in art galleries is usually for sale. Museums are usually big buildings with permanent collections of art that are not for sale.

Translations of "Art"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? The art of her reframing. I'm moving by her.
I'm moving by changing in the way of her thinking.
A: @hironori_ I was moved by her change of heart.
Change of heartは慣用句で「考えや意見を変える」という意味です。このようなことが言いたかったですか。
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 「わたしはfiber artのブランドを立ち上げました」
A: I started a brand of fiber art.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 私は新しくfiber artのブランドを立ち上げました。
A: This is how you say, 'I have launched a brand new fiber art' in English.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? art & book lover
A: An avid art enthusiast and a bookworm. :)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How to describe something/someone has "Art ,design" feeling?
ex.nice shot,it looks so"art" ,like took from professional photographer.
A: Yes, "artistic" or "very artistic" would fit well. "Artful" is tricky; I had forgotten that it can have negative connotations. Not always though:
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/artful
Since two of the meanings shown are positive and two negative, "artistic" would be the better choice. There are just so many ways to say how something makes you feel it can be hard for even native speakers.

Other questions about "Art"

Q: ch1.5
the art of war
Sun Tzu Does this sound natural?
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Q: from "the art of war" Sun Tzu Does this sound natural?
A: try this
Q: I want to teach about Asian and Korean Art when I became an art educator Does this sound natural?
A: No problem.
Q: When assessed together eastern and western art , we can see more clearly to the smiliarities , common things , interactions, and differences so we can analyze of the historical development of art more deeply and objectivelly by examining a broad perspective. Does this sound natural?
A: Happy to help!
Q: I had been interested in art , ever since when I became successful on painting contest, which titled is ''The Republic" in 1996 when I was 6. Does this sound natural?
A: I had been interested in art ever since I was successful at a painting contest called "The Republic" in 1996 when I was 6.

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