Here’s some of my abstract work from Franklin Parker preserve. The Pinelands is my studio. Abstract art is a form of art that is non-representational and often focuses on colors, shapes, lines, and textures. With abstract art, the artist is free to express emotions and ideas in a way that doesn’t rely on traditional forms or subject matter. It’s a very personal and subjective form of art, so the interpretation of the work can vary greatly from person to person.
When it comes to abstract art, there are a few things to consider. First, composition is key. The way the elements are arranged on the canvas can make a big difference in the overall impact of the piece. Secondly, color choice is important. The colors you choose can evoke different emotions and moods, so it’s important to think about the effect you want to achieve. Lastly, texture and brushwork can add depth and interest to an abstract piece.
If you have any specific questions or concerns about your black and white abstract work, feel free to ask, and I’ll do my best to help!
The C Curve