Karpenko A. G., Potokina T. M., Protasova K. S.

THE ROLE OF FINE ARTS IN THE FORMATION OF PERSONALITY

Fine art is a specific area of the arts; along with its spirituality and perception of beauty of the world, it becomes an indispensable tool for understanding the moral problems, moral education of the person. Thus, the moral elevation of man, artistic culture is a necessary goal of fine art
The broad concept of culture incorporates the concept “fine arts”. Along with pictorialism, it bears an esthetic orientation, color culture and artistry. The person is always capable to art perception; it increases culture of the person, forms art vision and extraordinary thinking. Because of this, fine art plays an important role in the spiritual life of society, as the most important factor in the aesthetic impact on the individual, because it concentrates and realizes the aesthetic attitude. Of particular importance is the training of graphic activity in the training of students of creative disciplines: art develops thinking, imagination, visual memory. Next to pictorial activity develops the senses, especially
vision, based on the development of thinking. It promotes the ability to observe, analyze, memorize, and brings up endurance and stamina, creativity, artistic taste, imagination. In professional training it teaches to think logically, to compare, and to see the beauty of shapes, lines, movement, proportions, color combinations, transmission space, harmony and color. All this contributes to the knowledge of the world and the establishment of harmonious development of personality. The essence of training in the fine arts consists in development ability to perceive reality creatively.

Keywords: aesthetic education, artistic culture, color culture, creative imagination, fine art, изобразительное искусство, творческое воображение, художественная культура, цветовая культура, эстетическое воспитание