Abstract Art

Abstract art has been around for centuries, and it’s as popular as ever! Today’s abstract artists are wildly creative and inventive…just visit the Museum of Modern Art and you’ll see what I mean.  Here are several great pieces below.

This is by Mark Robertson, entitled “Front Row.” You can find his work at Abstract Art.com

I love the purity of this piece. It’s understated, but magnificent all at the same time. It also causes one to take a breath and feel calm. It’s uncluttered!


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This is by Jean Dewitt, entitled “Alien Twirl.” It’s part of her Twirls’ Series. You can find her art at: Image Kind .




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This is by Wendy Lehman, entitled “Splash.” You can find her work at Wendy Lehman.com .

I think the title of this work fits it perfectly, and I could easily see her art being produced as mass market home decor. It’s whimsical and warm!




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This is by Peter Reginato, entitled “Area 51“.  His work can be found at Abstract Art.com




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Abstract art can be:

  • vibrant and vivid
  • invoking and interesting
  • mysterious and masterful
  • whimsical and wondrous
  • captivating and cultural
  • quirky and quasi

How it manages to achieve so much remains a mystery, but the bottom line is this, abstract art is alive and well, and I’m glad it is!

If you’d like to visit my abstract art, you can find it at Arty Buzz

Also, if you love art and poetry, check out Art and Words By .

Copyright 2010 Gloria Jean Dewitt


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