Abstract Expressions

Abstract Expressionism is a form of art in which artists express themselves purely through the use of form and color.

It is a form of non-representational, or non-objective, art, which means that concrete objects do not have to be represented.

The movement can be broadly divided into two groups: Action Painting, typified by artists such as Pollock, de Kooning, Franz Kline, and Philip Guston, put the focus on the physical action involved in painting; Color Field Painting, practiced by Mark Rothko and Kenneth Noland, among others, was primarily concerned with exploring the effect of pure color on a canvas.

Our pieces combine both aspects of the Abstract Expressionism movement and are created on a sculpted-gesso under layer. We then use multiple layers of oil glazes, opaques, metallics and Jacquard Pearl-Ex. The combined effect creates texture that traps and refracts light to make the paintings glimmer as the ambient light changes throughout the day. We hope you enjoy the trip!






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