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If you would like to share your abstract art, you can either post in the Show & Tell thread or start your own discussion by scrolling down and clicking on the big blue button that says "Add a Discussion". You will likely get more views and replies if you start your own discussion.
Click here to learn how to upload images into your forum posts (which is important so that people can see your art within the post, rather than as an attachment link beneath your post).
If you would like some advice on a specific work-in-progress, you can either post in the WIP thread or start your own discussion. You will likely get more views and replies if you start your own discussion.
If you'd like to share your step-by-step process to create a finished piece, that would be great too!
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This painting may be considered more surrealistic, than abstract, but I believe it still exhibits some abstract characteristics. I am getting ready to enter this, as well as 2 other paintings (that are NOT abstract) in a local are competition.I call it "Clank". It is a 16" x 20" oil on canvas panel.I enjoyed creating this…READ MORE
Is there such a thing as non-objective art? I am no art historian but I understand that Picasso said no to this question. I am a beginning painter but I think art can be non-objective. But who I am I disagree with Picasso?! The painting displayed here seems to have simply fallen onto the wooden gessoed box. I hope you enjoy it.READ MORE
This is the largest abstract that I've done and I just love it to pieces its on a 24x36 canvas and I used Heavy gloss gel, semi gloss gel, coarse pumice gel,and flexible modeling paste. I used GOLDEN fluid acrylics , and this type of paint is ideal for this application its already very runny , but it has the highest pigment…READ MORE
For years I struggled with watercolor painting. I had a lot of successes and, of course, a lot of practice pieces. The practice pieces were not "failures" as every painting was an experiment or experience that preceded the next one. But I was chasing a standard and expectation of what a good watercolor painting should be: loose, spontaneous, fluid, and transparent and seemingly always with a recognizable subject. Attention to detail (seemingly nearly the opposite to loose and spontaneous)…READ MORE