People ask me “how do you paint so much?” “how do you stay inspired?” I think the real question is: “where does creativity come from?” I will do my best to answer these questions in this article, but really a book could be written on each subject.
Why should one own an original painting? To leave a legacy, to support the artistic movement, to show off one’s own good taste? The reasons are as varied as the clients of a successful artist. What one client wants will not be what another wants
Abstract art is a great style in which artists who are seeking to explore or take their art in a new direction may enjoy. Abstract art allows for unlimited and unstructured freedom, that being said some find this style and state of mind easy to achieve while others may find it daunting or too open ended. Do abstract paintings sell well? The truth is that they do sell well and they are a very popular type of art in contemporary culture today.
here are many kinds of original artwork for sale from modern art through to classical paintings. You can usually purchase works of art such as this from experienced art dealers and historians who are more clued up about the work and can give you crucial information relating to the period, artist’s technique and the time that it was created.
Abstract art is one of the best styles to decorate your home with. Abstract art offers many advantages aver representational are such as still life, portrait or landscape such as the ease with which it can be matched to many different styles of interior design. Modern art such as Abstract Expressionism and Action Painting can be matched based on colors and therefore is easier to work
Textured Abstract Painting
Abstract art uses various elements like colors, shapes, light, and lines to bring a painting to life. When textures are added to this art form the painting becomes a magnificent piece of art that can never be recreated and is an original unto itself.
Learn More About Sci-Fi Art and Abstract Art Paintings
It may be obvious to some, but sci-fi art can never be outgrown, no matter our physical age. The reality of our world is such that what is sci-fi today, will become science fact tomorrow. Jules Verne’s 19th century works live in our 21st century, having begun their march toward reality in the 20th century: man can fly, search the seabeds,