Science and Art are two giant disciplines in the Academic sector. Many scholars have been groomed by them. Yet, many scholars wonder if these two disciplines are the same or they share conspicuous similarities. Of course, the variance in their identities as Science and Art clearly shows their distinction. Their differences are particularly from their procedural proportions and the final products they offer.
Science relies heavily on strict rules and custom. It is exclusively based on logical findings that are quite objective. It gives room for replication especially if researchers follow the given formulas and experimentations. On standby, Art is usually a product mishmashed in subjectivity as opposed to the strict and objective nature of science. Artistic creations may be based on the artists’ feelings or expressions toward things in nature and/or the human environment that serves as a principal subject matter to the artist. Artistic productions are subject to the viewer’s opinions, thus, giving room for pluralistic prospects of what they represent.
Another remarkable difference between Art and Science is that Science is rid of human emotions and relies heavily on proven facts through experimentations. However, Art solidly appeals to the emotional drives of its appreciators. It takes viewers into a somewhat different world of thinking to find out the message behind the lines, forms, and colors composed of the artistic support carries after appreciating the outward, aesthetic makeup of the works of art
in spite of, Science and Art are but sides of the same coin, academic siblings of the same parents who share and learn from each other. Excellent artists are scientists and learned scientists are artists. Artists carefully undertake structured processes in coming out with aesthetically pleasant forms in sculpture, textiles, music, dance and so forth. They engage in thorough problem-solving activities that involve the make use of high thinking capabilities and a lot of experimentations in their workshops and studios the same way serious scientists would carry out several experimentations at the laboratory.
Scientists who have made colossus headways in history are those who applied the rudiments of art such as harmony, contrast, rhythm and so forth to beautifully put to the fore their thought-irritating theories, discoveries, and inventions. Successful engineers are those who apparatus the careful introductory planning, layout designing, prototyping and model making rudiments which are largely in the preserve of artists.
Great artists are those who appliance the basic procedural strategies in science to beef up their artistic creations, giving it sound philosophical concepts and design features that would appeal to the target market. Powerful scientists are those who carefully catch fire the careful planning and principles in Art to bring new discoveries.
To this end, I would compete that art and science are different in their products, but the processes through which the products are born are virtually the same though they seem to wear different attires from the surface