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Abstract Art; personal painting styles, you have it or you need to develop

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 George Braque are known for this style of abstract paintings. They rejected the traditional concepts... [more]
Posted by Mirek Jan Bialy on 4/30/13

Why Abstract Paintings Should be at Our Homes, Offices and What The Abstract Art Does to You, to Us?

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. They "get it" as some fans of abstract art might say. That's the main reason that abstract art really... [more]
Posted by Mirek Jan Bialy on 4/22/13

Today's Best American and Canadian Abstract Artists

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 expressionism is particularly popular among today’s American and Canadian artists, many of whom are pro... [more]
Posted by Mirek Jan Bialy on 3/17/13

Why Some People Hate Abstract Art While Others Love It

  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 abstract expressionism pioneers, Jackson Pollock and Wassily Kandinsky, abstract expressionism is more ab... [more]
Posted by Mirek Jan Bialy on 3/16/13

The Best Abstract Artists of the 21st Century

  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 after World War II. It was a primarily American movement, which elevated New York City to a position... [more]
Posted by Mirek Jan Bialy on 3/16/13