EW Number 975Regular price$10,142.00 Sale price
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EW Number 975
- Marble, Champagne Chalk, Acrylics on Canvas
- Dimensions 150cm x 150cm
- This work is original
- Every piece comes with a Verisart web3 Blockchain Certificates of Authenticity
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Oliver's Black and white abstract art is a sophisticated and chic expression of my emotion. The ultimate classic color combination, black and white original abstract paintings look really powerful and can communicate a broad range of feelings, intentions, and meaning. The simplicity of black and white belies its complexity, as Oliver must carefully consider the shades and tints of the chosen colors to create a work that is both visually striking and emotionally resonant. In my black and white abstract artwork, emotion is often associated with the contrast between the two colors. The stark contrast between black and white can create a sense of tension and drama, or a feeling of balance and harmony.
The use of black and white allows Oliver to focus on the essential elements of the work, creating a sense of clarity and simplicity that is both powerful and elegant. In the end, my black and white abstract art is a testament to the power of contrast and the depth of human emotion. Through careful consideration of color and form, Oliver is able to create a work that speaks to the soul and inspires the mind. It is a reminder that sometimes, the simplest things can be the most profound.
Abstract expressionism is an artistic movement that originated in the United States in the 1940s and 1950s. It is marked by an overall lack of traditional structure and representation, instead focusing on raw materials, spontaneity, and the exploration of the artist’s inner feelings. This unconventional art movement was pioneered by prominent figures such as Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning, Mark Rothko, and Lee Krasner, each of whom drew on their own unique styles and techniques to create abstract expressionist works.
Abstract expressionism is an art form that is largely based on the idea of self-expression, rather than the traditional approach of creating art that accurately depicts a subject or scene. It relies on the use of texture, color, and line to convey emotion, rather than the traditional approach of conveying narrative or symbolic meaning. Interestingly, this makes it difficult to create completely objective, literal interpretations of abstract expressionist works. Instead, viewers are provoked to create their own subjective, individual interpretations of the work.