Good morning everyone. This is the first intuitive abstract in acrylic that I’ve painted in a long time. That is, apart from a few doodles. But I do know why I didn’t – I was trying to concentrate on landscapes for a couple of months. Actually, I was following the advice of my online tutor, Rod Moore and I think it’s sound. Apparently, studying and practicing one subject and medium leads to more progress. And I think it’s true. But, I was having too many withdrawal symptoms and missing creating abstract composition. So I had to paint this one!
A Closeup of my Abstract in Acrylic
In fact, I had been getting ideas all along for combinations of colours and shapes for an abstract in acrylic. So, I retrieved this idea of interlocking gears from my memory archive. And combined it with a soft colour scheme of misty blues, greens and pinks. Although I followed my usual method of painting from all four angles, the pink figure emerged, and is determined to make its way out of the picture. I’m sure this is another example of art therapy!
A Doodle Abstract in Mixed Media
Finally, here’s one of the aforementioned doodles, this time in biro and pastels. And, I definitely felt better when I’d done it! See more abstracts in this post here.
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11 Replies to “New Intuitive Abstract in Acrylic”
Like the abstract art!
Thank you, David!
Wonderful, Margaret ~ keep up the good work 🎨
Thank you so much, Phil!
Once again I am reminded of what an intuitive feel you have for abstraction. These are just great.
Thank you for your support, Claudia. I really appreciate it – I haven’t got much confidence in my abstract work, it feels like stumbling forward in the dark sometimes!
I feel that exact same way, you are not alone!
Wonderful work, Margaret! I prefer painting intuitively, it frees the mind for other things!
Thank you so much, Tiffany. I like the way you describe it, it seems so true.