Abstract art was once the bad boy of the art world. The juvenile delinquent of art history. It had rebellious, drunken outcast revolutionary origins. It no longer has the same growl
I love to write about art so read on.
In contemporary life, we experience a constant stream of images everywhere we look. Unfortunately, we don’t spend a lot of time really looking at the images. We go to museums and scan the walls for something that jumps out us but even then do we really understand what we are looking at? I like to write about art in ways that might enhance your viewing experience and expand your appreciation. I like to encourage people to learn more about the images that they are looking at. I also write about my own personal, artistic journey, my process, my struggles, and my successes, in hopes of inspiring others on the artistic path to be persistent in their own practice.
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