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One of the benefits of being an abstract artist is that no general rules apply. The notion of abstraction gives the artist the ability to use opposing elements such as colors, form, and a variety of mediums which creates a great contrast within the body of work. Abstract paintings are difficult to understand, very complex and abstruse. It has an intellectual and affective artistic context that depends solely on intrinsic form rather than on narrative content or pictorial representation and as such represents a form that itself is in clear contrast to traditional, representational art; one of the reasons why abstract art is such a subjective form. Consequently, my paintings fit within the realm of contrast due to my being an abstract artist; it is naturally in our DNA. In my work you will continuously see the effect of juxtaposition of different tones, depth and overall texture, yet I leave the beholder with the ability to compare certain bodies of work to other paintings that may be figurative or in mixed media format in the same collection. There will always be some paintings that standout in contrast to others, but overall contributing to one cohesive exhibition.
The elements of diversity and variety in my work reflect my many interests, including music, classic literature, world history, traveling, culture, international politics and cinema. My ongoing collection In Search of Splendor builds on my interest in ancient history and consists of works exploring events and personalities from ancient Rome, Persia and Europe in oils, abstract, figurative and mixed-media forms. In contrast, Tales of Copenhagen series captures a lighthearted and sweepingly colorful representation of the Scandinavian region. These elements are in some of my older collections and give one the…
ISSN 1799-8549 (Painettu/Printed)
ISSN 1799-8557 (Verkkolehti/Online)
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