Wednesday, April 30, 2014

In the process of making a painting in an abstract way, the painter is in search of a reality. Not one of realistic objects, but of the complete end result. The painting is experienced as a whole, and must evoke in the painter the absolute conviction that this is how it should be and no other way. 
(Paul Burlin)

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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

6 Abstract Art T-Shirt designs

Ever wondered what the Stars might be wearing next year... ?
Take a look at 6 abstract art T-shirts. An alternative universe to the mundane.

Saturday, April 19, 2014

Abstract art in progress #2b - by E. Moo Young

Abstract art on paper. Mixed media with acrylic painting and drawing.
A fluid line outlining disappearing boundaries.
A thought: if 2 million refugees cross a border, can they be stopped?

Abstract Art in progress 4.19.4

Untitled artwork. Mixed media on paper.
Combining acrylic painting, oil pastels, drawing and collage.


Thursday, April 17, 2014

In by E. Moo Young

In progress. Mixed media art on paper.

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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

April 2014 art in progress

From the sketchpad... mixed media on paper.

2 quotes from Alechinsky

Notes for an abstract artist
When a painter thinks to disengage from the world outside himself and fantasies unprecedented forms he thinks he will make a painting, he finds in this expression the same effect - I would even say the same picture - that he had unconsciously acquired by his habit to experience reality intensely. (Pierre Alechinsky)

People think you can get out your canvas and paint any time you have a free moment. You can’t. Commercial art and painting are entirely different. Painting takes a different mental approach. You have to get the right attitude, the right mood. (Pierre Alechinsky)

Monday, April 14, 2014

Friday, April 11, 2014

Wall of Silence - E. Moo Young art.

Abstract figurative mixed media art. Rapid drawing using oil crayons, acrylic, pen lines to etch out
the abject figure and faces.
Are we remaining silent when we witness injustice?

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Wednesday, April 9, 2014

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I came across an interesting commentary and quote about Madeline Denaro:

The work of Madeline Denaro is very much about process. A painter committed to abstraction for over two decades, Denaro finds the image secondary to the art making. Working intuitively, she enters a realm of the unknown where there is more of a following than any real choice.
“There is an openness that is needed for this direct experience, this self imposed repetitive process of adding and subtracting, as I build, destroy, erase, paint over. There is a definite chaos through which each work evolves and it seems to return repeatedly to its beginning. But with each return, there are the markings, the scars of the previous. I have a relationship to these subtleties, these sensitivities, keeping some, hiding some...knowing full well all that has been before.”