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Abstract Seinfeld Oil Paintings Are Perfect For Any Man Cave

If you’re looking to add something special to your man cave then you might want to think about getting one of these abstract Seinfeld paintings. Artist Morgan Blair is obsessed with the show and she’s found a way to turn her passion into art. Continue reading »

An Artist Turns Everyday Materials Into Incredible Abstract Pieces

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The abstraction, that remembers us to the nature, mainly to the marine world, or even to festivities like the Carnival, in which the color invades the work, dominates the work of Crystal Wagner. She is a contemporary interdisciplinary artist, which artwork is comprised of large-scale installations, paper sculptures, ink drawings, and printmaking. She is compelled through curiosity to both make things with her hands and to investigate ideas and concepts to satisfy an inherent thirst for dialog about the world we live in. As she says, “being an artist gives me the tools to share with people idea’s that I am passionate about”. Continue reading »

Light Up Your Dreams with Sturlesidesign’s Abstract Night Lights

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Etsy store SturlesiDesign makes all these minimalistic laser-engraved night lights and decorative lamps that, what with their geometric designs, are pretty darn cool. Continue reading »

Aelita Andre, a Four Year Old Abstract Painter

Aelita Andre is a four year old abstract painter of Russian heritage and the youngest professional painter in the world. Her paintings continue to sell around the world to international buyers and she has been compared to Jackson Pollock by the press and her visionary style to Salvador Dali and Wassily Kandinsky.

Australian Art critic Robert Nelson and Associate Professor of Monash University says, “Aelita’s art is an antidote to the oppressive qualities of expectation in western painting.”

Aelita paints with an ‘innocent eye’. Her paintings are a window into the primal and subconscious creative process – a field pioneered by Freud and Jung. Salvador Dali and Pablo Picasso elevated spontaneous and accidental painting as a supreme creative process allowing us to peer into the workings of the mind. Continue reading »

Abstract Graffiti Expressionism by Matox



Abstract urban calligraphy by Nuno de Matox.