Blog Posts tagged with abstract expressionism

PETER GRIPPE, NEW YORK ABSTRACTION, 1944

ART SANTA FE

Posted: July 05, 2015 13:23 Last Updated: | Susan Teller

FOR THE FIRST TIME WE WILL BE SHOWING AT   ART SANTA FE BOOTH 208 SANTA FE CONVENTION CENTER 201 WEST MARCY STREET, SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO     PREVIEW: THURSDAY, JULY 9, 5 TO 8 PM   RUN OF SHOW: FRIDAY, SATURDAY, AND SUNDAY, JULY 10 THROUGH 11, 11 AM TO 6 PM   WE ARE FEATURING MODERNISM (SURREALISM, CUBISM, INDIAN SPACE, AND ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM): WILL BARNET, WILLIAM BAZIOTES, THURLOE CONOLLY, HOWARD DAUM, PETER GRIPPE, FANNIE HILLSMITH, FRANZ KLINE, HUGH MESIBOV, AND ANNE RYAN, AS WELL AS NEW YORK FIGURATIV...


Stephen Pace, abstract Circa 1952

My Kid Could Paint That...

Posted: August 25, 2011 20:45 Last Updated: | Heather Karlie Vieira

Have you ever heard that?  Have you ever said that?  Well, we won't be taking names, so don't worry.  Maybe you've asked yourself, "what is abstract art?".  Here's my take on it.  It is emotional.  It is strong.  It is powerful.  Abstract art is more than splashes of color, squiggly lines and paint splatters.  It is spontaneity.  It is the raw emotion of the artist presented for all who dare to look.  It is the visual representation of a feeling, or mix of feelings.  An artist strives to represent something without external likene...


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