What To Interpret From Abstract Art!

Greetings…

I remember my visit to the Nehru Centre Art Gallery when they hosted an art exhibition. My love for painting and doing it is not new.

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So, I was walking through and crossed many artworks. I noticed an artist who had very peculiar and beyond imagination abstract art. I understood, how my interpretation was different than the artist. Honestly, my perspective changed when I placed my thoughts on abstract art.

I did an abstract art called “Hallucination” (meaning: diminishing earth) you can see the art in the link above. The interpretation of observers just shook me when I displayed my painting with other work of mine.

Having a different perspective is great but stating: it doesn’t have a meaning, is something that bothers me. But you cannot demand appreciation! It has to come from within.

Abstract art: Some say, “This art doesn’t have to have a meaning and it’s all about imagination. But again, that depends on the artist. Abstract art is all about freedom. You can depict a story, involve wild imagination, or just a simple visual treat. So, you see, it’s totally on the artist.

What to observe in abstract art?

Look into texture, colour, sophistication, connotation, solace and so on. That’s the nature of abstract art.

Some artist may present their emotions with certain colours, some will have a theory, and sometimes: no particular subject. It may have many qualities. That’s about abstract art: Still discovering meanings…

Ready for the test?

So, here’s my new abstract art.

The technique used: Direct pouring.

Let’s see, how you interpret! Comment your thoughts.

Blessings…


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12 thoughts on “What To Interpret From Abstract Art!

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  1. You are such a great Artist, Vrinda!!

    Just went through your art work and I must say they were all beautiful and eye catchy!!

    The starry night is classic!!😁

    And what I say about that abstract art, I mean did you really done it with straw?😅
    Indeed beautiful!!🙌😁

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    1. Thank you very much, D_VYANG. Your time is appreciated.
      As I mentioned, the technique I used in this abstract art is direct pouring. Indeed, the starry night will always remain a classic piece of Vincent Van Gogh. I tried my best to transfer them with my perspective onto the canvas.
      Once again, thank you so much for reading my blog post.

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  2. I think what I love the best about abstract art is that it becomes less what the artist wants to tell us and more just an interaction between their art and us directly so we can interpret it in our own terms and they could all be equally valid. That’s the freedom you’re also talking about I guess. Art is in itself so thought provoking. ☺☺🤩

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    1. Hey Shruba… You got my point. I couldn’t agree more on your freedom point. The abstract art which I did, talks more about freedom. Freedom to flow, freedom to open up, moving directionless yet with a purpose.
      Thank you very much for your time. I am glad that you enjoyed my paintings.

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  3. Thanks for sharing this, your art is absolutely beautiful. I truly love it🌸

    (Do you mind if I use one of your arts as a background for one of my blog featured image? I will insert your link and everything in the post?… please let me know)

    Much love and abundance. Take care💕🤗

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    1. Dear Karlien… Thank you very much for such a lovely comment. Of course, you can use them. Art is meant to be celebrated. My art would be happy to get featured in your blog. Take care.

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  4. Beauty of pour painting technique is that you can play around as you wish and those imperfect patterns instantly transforms into a beautiful artwork. Loved these abstracts ❤ and the choice of colour palette

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