The year of birth of the abstract art is considered 1910 when Wassily Kandinsky painted his first abstract composition. The main goal of abstract artists is to achieve harmonization, the creation of certain color combinations and geometric shapes in order to evoke various associations.
Abstract art is a direct realization of creative freedom. Few will agree with this statement, but few will deny that paintings of abstraction look great in modern interiors.
Speed Inspiration from Christine Baker
An artist from America is very fond of Formula 1 racing and art history. She begins with the use of several layers of acrylic dyes, creating silhouettes with adhesive tape. After removing the adhesive tape, the lower layers become visible, and all irregularities are removed. The result is a spectacular multi-colored pattern.
Ephemeral creations of Sarah Spitler
With bright splashes on canvas, the artist tries to show mess, chaos, and imbalance. They attract her because of the impossibility of controlling people. There is a destructive spirit in her every work. They capture because of their power. Her works also talk about the relativity of life situations, the ephemeral nature of what is happening.
Futuristic creativity of R. Hardeiva
Robert is inspired by the works of Picasso, Dali, and Kandinsky. He also adheres to surrealism and tells that in his work, vital unpredictability reveals. He tries to reflect that it is impossible to know everything. For this reason, the artist completely trusts the imagination. He reflects the ideas of reincarnation and the wealth of the soul.
The magic of color by E. Walker
The abstractions of a contemporary artist are unbelievable due to the creation of a multilayer composition and color saturation. Straight and curved lines are connected using a color pad. Although the basis of the work is dark tones, Eli always adds brightness, allowing you to look at the picture from a new perspective.
Abstractions from F. Lequeux
In the works of this abstractionist, it is difficult to consider specific people or objects. He paints everything with his own symbolism and signs, showing objects from a completely different angle. Through his work, he seeks to expand conscious boundaries. It is possible to guess the theme of the picture only through the names.