A Look At Abstract Painting

Sometimes you don’t have one big moment that changes your life.

“Composition” by Georges Mathieu, 1960

Sometimes, it’s a series of events added together to bring you to a place you never thought you’d be.

“Sans Titre” by Bernar Venet, 1995

I feel like that’s the way with abstract paintings.

“Phenomena Tibetan Play Offering” by Paul Jenkins, 1989-1990

Paint strokes, marks, colors, mediums, all small on their own, but added together they create something beautiful.

“Sans Titre” by Max Ernst, c. 1957

Your life is an abstract painting.

“Jeune Chien Bouclè (Eg. 5)” by Jean Dubuffet, 1962

It will look messy to some people.

“Sans Titre” by Fernand Léger

But nevertheless it is a true work of art and one of a kind, don’t let anyone tell you different.

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