Title: Gentle (SOLD) Size: 40 H x 40 W x 1.5 in Synopsis: Like a mist from heaven. High quality acrylic on deluxe canvas. Canvases are deep edge and the painting continues around the sides. Paintings are supplied with hanging components. Each bespoke piece is stamped with personal logo and includes title, date and signature.
Title: Freedom Oliver Watt – British Contemporary Artist. Oliver Watt’s Contemporary Fine Art is internationally collected. High quality acrylic on deluxe canvas. Canvases are deep edge and the painting continues around the sides. Paintings are supplied with hanging components. Each piece is stamped with my personal logo. Paintings include title, date and signature. Certificate of
Incorporating Abstract Impressionism Into Interior Design Powerful, emotive and free. Abstract impressionism is a dominant art movement. It began in America after the war and is an art movement made famous by esteemed artists such as Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko, Franz Kline and Louise Bourgeois. While abstract art is bold and expressive, it doesn’t
How to integrate abstract art in your home Stylish, contemporary and personalised; abstract art is beautiful. However, it is one of the art forms that is very difficult to integrate into the home seamlessly. People worry about that the art they’re adding to their home is pretentious or perhaps become overzealous and the house is
One of the key focuses of abstract artists is to elicit feeling in the viewer and one of the primary ways to do this is through skilled use of colour. Here are some inspirational quotes from famous abstract artists on how they viewed and used colour to create great works of art. Seek the
Welcome to part two of a short history of abstract art. In Part 1 I talked about the emergence of the form and the artists who decided to experiment with conventions that had existed for hundreds of years. They saw that even a small divergence from realism could open the floodgates to new forms of expression.
Abstract art is, by its very nature, hard to classify or comprehend. It often sits at the edge of reason but it’s all the more powerful because of this. What better way to understand abstract art than to ask the artists themselves for their thoughts on their own creations and the movement they sustained. Here
One of the ways to truly appreciate abstract art is to understand where it came from so I’ve decided to write a short blog series on the history of the form. I’m going to start at the very beginning and follow the history all the way through to present day. I’ll talk about the ground-breaking
As an abstract artist I like to keep up with interior design trends and interior design blogs are a great place to start to get design ideas and gain a great understanding of how all the elements of an interior work synergistically. Here’s some interior design blogs that are inspiring me at the moment.