In this post I wanted to share my excitement about how great the organic curbs and lines of abstract design (that I’ve recently created) can nicely fit the room interior and bring a lovely complement to a room appearance in whole.
The Purple Rose Petals Abstract (above) is in a sweet harmony with the violet tint and cool tones of the living room interior.
In the next photo, the Vintage Rose Petals make a good statement in the hallway of a house:
Organic Line On Blue highlight the strict design of a black and white interior:
On another hand, the Lines On Green Abstract Painting is complementing this living room coffee table and its natural simple decor:
And a tapestry of this Purple abstract decorative artwork brings its soothing lines into a peaceful bedroom interior decor:
Back in August, I was approached by a Promotions Manager for St Michael’s Uniting Church in Melbourne Australia with an interesting proposal.
The organization wanted to use my image Calm Quiet Morning Abstract Collage as a hero image for their upcoming September St Michael’s Day celebrations:
Each year, St Michael’s UC presents two people with The St Michael’s Medallions in recognition of their outstanding contribution to the community.
The award is designed to recognize their work in the prevention of violence, trauma and destructiveness, and promoting growth, health and well-being.
Beautiful St.Michael’s Cathedral,
|(Courtesy to Google and WiKi images)|
The theme for 2015 awards was Quietness and when administration was searching for an image that captures the sentiment of quiet, the Promotion Manager found Calm Quiet Morning Abstract Collage online.
I am glad my abstract design was chosen to be published on the cover of the event booklet; and, it was serving a good cause.
After working on several commissions that involved not only the strict suggestions, artist’s discipline, and realistic paintings techniques; I really wanted to rest my imagination on the abstract art. Researching recently how to work with mixed media, I applied several of those techniques to my watercolor paintings when created a totally new (at least for me) abstract artworks.
Needless to say, it did involve imagination and artist’s skill; but this time I was moving the “brush strokes” applying only feelings and trying to abstract my mind from the realism.
And that is how a new Mixed Media additions to my Abstract Galley got created.
The warm yellow and brown fascinated my imagination. I saw some earthy, wavy, rocky texture; and, I called these series The Terrestrial Brush Strokes.
Another one was definitely reminding me a strong ocean filled with dynamic movements.
I called it The Sea Of Emotions:
When I introduced these earthy designs to one of my dear art collectors, I’ve heard a reasonable question: Why it is so brown? Can it be in some cooler colors, like for example purple, too?
I thought: There is nothing impossible for the Mixed Media and a wild imagination; and, the Purple Reflection series was created:
And later, for Some Likes It Hot, I’ve managed to put my artwork on fire an ignited the art designs that can make anyone warm 🙂
These and a few more Mixed Media designs found a great home in my Abstract Art Gallery; and soon they will travel the world in forms of prints, canvases, metal, and acrylic prints.