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Abstract Art; personal painting styles, you have it or you need to develop  
Posted 4/30/13

Abstract Art; personal painting styles, you have it or you need to develop  Abstract art focuses on modern and postmodern art to shape an individual art piece. Images in this art form are often not easily recognized giving this art form great freedom to express the idea or concept in the artists own way. This abstract art form involves early movements of Cubism and Abstract Expressionism  Cubism often used geometric shape in the abstract painting and sometime cubes. Artists Pablo Picasso and Geo... [more]

Why Abstract Paintings Should be at Our Homes, Offices and What The Abstract Art Does to You, to Us?  
Posted 4/22/13

Why Abstract Paintings Should be at Our Homes, Offices and What The Abstract Art Does to You, to Us?   Abstract art is a term that isn't very well understood for those that aren't really involved in the world of art. As such, abstract paintings and abstract expressionism are often looked askance at. However, even if people don't understand abstract paintings or other forms of abstract expressionism in academic terms, they often have an intrinsic sense of what the artist is trying to convey. The... [more]

Today's Best American and Canadian Abstract Artists  
Posted 3/17/13

Today's Best American and Canadian Abstract Artists Although we may think of abstract expressionism as having had its heyday during the 1950s and 1960s, the genre is undergoing a significant revival. In today’s abstract art world, a number of abstract artists have gained recently gained prominence. As modern-day exponents of abstract expressionism, these artists have shown that abstract paintings — and abstract art as a genre — can be used to capture contemporary life and culture. Abstract... [more]

The Value of Abstract Art  
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3/16/13

Abstract Paintings tend to keep its price and will increase over time. The Value of Abstract Art Abstract Expressionism is a form of contemporary art that entered the art world around the 20th century. Up through the middle to end of the 19th century, most art represented real life and was based on a logical perspective. Then, the world started changing through advances in science, technology and government and contemporary art followed suit. Romanticism, Impressionism and Expressionism most contr... [more]

Why Some People Hate Abstract Art While Others Love It  
Posted 3/16/13

  A Study of Extremes: Why Some People Hate Abstract Art While Others Love It Abstract paintings tend to elicit responses in viewers that fall toward one extreme side of the spectrum or the other. Some people embrace the freedom elicited by abstract art while others despise it, complaining that abstract paintings are just a bunch of childish, chaotic paint explosions that have no place in the world of credible art. Abstract Art: The Journey Before the ProductIn the manner of world famous abst... [more]

The Best Abstract Artists of the 21st Century  
Posted 3/16/13

  The Best Abstract Artists of the 21st Century Abstract art was first developed in the early 1900s by the Russian artist, Wassily Kandinsky whose painting focused on color, shapes and brushstrokes instead of depictions of objects found in the natural world. He believed that color evokes emotion and even assigned specific emotions to different colors. He is most likely the foremost influence in the work of Abstract Expressionism artists of the twenty-first century.Abstract art came into vogue afte... [more]

Canada's Abstract Art Explosion During The Automatiste Period  
Posted 3/16/13

  Canada's Abstract Art Explosion During The Automatiste Period Paul-Èmile Borduas revolutionized the art scene in Canada during the beginning of the 1940s by introducing the concept of abstract expressionism. Originating in Quebec, this marked the first appearance of abstract art in the country. The movement heavily drew inspiration from the literature at the time which was derived mainly of train-of-thought explorations. Applying the fluidity of unfiltered writing to painting, the Automatiste transcend... [more]

Re-stretching a Rolled Up Canvas  
Posted 3/16/13

  Re-stretching a Rolled Up Canvas Artists are always looking for new ways to present their artwork to the world. Abstract paintings are great works of art. Abstract Art also comes in many mediums, many times displayed on a canvas. Lots of times, artists eventually move on to working on larger canvases, as this allows for a great range in freedom of movement and expression. A large painting, however, can be difficult to move when it is on a wooden stretcher, and many times will require the stretche... [more]

Choosing the Right Abstract Art for Home Decoration  
Posted 3/16/13

  Choosing the Right Abstract Art for Home Decoration Art is broadly categorized into two types; representational art and abstract art. Many people prefer abstract art in their homes because it can appear to look like different things, depending on the mood of the viewer. This is much different than representational art, where the painting or sculpture is about a specific person, place or moment in time. You can find out a lot from your guests by what images they see in an abstract painting or s... [more]

All about Abstract Expressionism  
Posted 3/16/13

  All about Abstract Expressionism It is known as art without face or form. Called abstract expressionism, it crowned New York City as the center of the western art world in the post-World War II era. Abstract art is a painting or sculpture that does not depict people or things as they appear in the natural world. Instead, abstract art is intended to appeal to human emotions or beliefs, to form a kind of connection between the artist and the viewer. Until the 20th century, most artists attempte... [more]

More Than a Matter of Taste  
Posted 3/16/13

  All About Abstract Art: More Than a Matter of Taste  There are few simpler ways to frighten a newcomer to the world of art than to attempt to start a discussion about abstract art. The majority of people are intimidated by this kind of work because they feel that they do not understand what it is or what it is supposed to mean. Acquiring an understanding of abstract art is also no guarantee that an individual will be drawn to this kind of artwork. Discovering that they themselves might be re... [more]

Collecting and Investing in Abstract Art  
Posted 3/16/13

  Collecting and Investing in Abstract Art Art experts, collectors and connoisseurs agree: Abstract art is enjoying a worldwide revival. While established collectors have long collected abstract art for aesthetic and investment purposes, a new generation of collectors is also becoming involved with this highly lucrative art market. Even if you’re new to abstract art, you’re probably aware that the genre encapsulates the artistic freedoms of the 20th and 21st centuries. Abstract art leaves itsel... [more]

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