Abstract art requires the viewer to contemplate study and ask themselves "What am I feeling?" I enjoy being a part of that interactive experience with the person viewing my art. The impression could be of total awe or disgust, but a great abstract piece of art is sure to command a reaction.
One thing viewers and seekers of art should learn is similar to great listeners; listen, feel, see touch, review, analyze, ponder, and taste with your eyes and the eyes of your soul.
"Art must be, somehow, essential for life. In fact, art is part of survival, is part of the human spirit, an unquenchable expression of who we are; art is one of the ways in which we say, "I am alive, and my life has meaning."
Regardless of all these influences, the core of abstract art paintings remains the capturing of the essence of the artist’s subconscious on canvas.
In my ongoing pursuit of abstract painting, I am constantly experimenting with new methods, media. I discovered that certain combinations of paints mixed together would manifest the most complex and intricate patterns and textures –ones that would be impossible to paint by hand. These designs arise and morph in the process of drying. They have very earthy quality than can appear to be microscopic views reminiscent of multicolored cells and gaseous nebulae.
Abstract possibilities are endless and after each mark is made on the substrate, I have to make a decision of what comes next. In realism, you know where the painting will (or should) end up. This is the part of my work that is the most thrilling to me. "What next?"
Figurative art is a form of artwork that has existed for thousands of years in cultures all around the world. Figurative art refers to any form of art that clearly represents an image from the real world. Figurative art, beginning in antiquity, has a lineage that runs through many schools of modern and contemporary art. Though the term figurative art commonly refers to art that has the human figure or animal figures as its subject, the term can also be used in the more general sense of distinguishing representational art from abstract art.
Painting portraits is said to be a intricate genre of fine arts. The making of a self portrait is already challenging itself because of the challenge it entails to paint someone's figure. What makes this more difficult is the truth that a self portrait should realize the character, inner life, and irreconcilability of the subject.
In spite of being puzzling, a lot of portrait artists confess that portrait paintings is their loved genre. A painted portrait discloses their effort and gives emphasis to their invested time and effort on something that is thought of by many as a masterpiece. As they paint a painted portrait of a friend, a group of individuals, or a portrait of sweethearts, they view themselves as binders of affection and a means of perpetuating care and romance. Portrait artists are, in fact, called as preservers of life's elegance.
Portrait artists bring you amazing lifelike portraits. A pleasant oil painting portrait is a good investment of your money. There is a sense of style and life in every photo and this is what a portrait artist gets to see as they create a lasting oil painting portrait for you.
I love to work on commissions and portray people with their special characteristic features.
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Still life art is a universal genre that most visual artists have worked in. Commonplace inanimate objects purposefully arranged to emphasize texture, color, and composition have made still life art the perfect teaching tool for beginning artists and a way for professionals to hone their skills.
Still life art is a pictorial work of art depicting an arrangement of inanimate subjects--often domestic, such as plants, food, dishes, vases, birds and so on.
Photography is my other interest. My Nikon has become my best friend lately. I am loving the Macro lens, prime and the zoom. Just amazed by the colors and sharpness of the images.
Photography is so much fun and another great hobby.