I think artistic attitude is a reflection of the artist. Each artist has their own personal aesthetic and views that will usually show through in their work - especially regarding personal artwork. It can also reflect the way an artist approaches the process of making art and what they are inspired by. Some people may be inspired by a movie they watched or a conversation they had, and then choose to make art because of it. Then comes the question of how they are going to make it and what they are going to make. All of these choices that have to be made go into what artistic attitude is, along with what the finished piece itself reflects.
Personally, I think my artistic attitude leans more toward reflecting emotion. Usually my art is not made to make a statement or have any real profound meaning. I simply feel a need to express an emotion through a figure. This isn’t necessarily any emotion I feel myself. It may be inspired by the thoughts and attitudes of others. Half the time I don’t even purposely do it, but I’ve recently realized that expression of emotion is present rather consistently in my art. I guess that would make my attitude toward art as being a means to express human sentiment.