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Understanding Abstract Act
Transcript of Understanding Abstract Act
Abstract art includes
* Cubism, Neoplasticism & Abstract Expressionism
An example of early abstract artist is Esphyr Slobodkina born in 1914 in the Siberian town of Chelyabinsk,
* Speciality in oil paintings on gessoed masonite
* Created forms using solid colors, including blue, purple, red, brown, grey, white, & black.
* Used simple shapes so the observer sees the importance of lines. Renata Bernal... Kim MacConnel... Stan Gregory... * Born: Tallahassee, Florida on September 22, 1948.
* Education: University of South Florida thereafter moved to NYC
* Major: Painting
* Studio location: Astoria, Queens & Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
* Early works: Linear, graphic qualities of etchings & lithographs
* Later works: Canvas work included the singular relationship
between mark-making, surface considerations & color, coupled witth the artists' graphic, sensual touch. By: Joshua Wigfall Examples Of Abstract Art... Here Are The Artists I Will Talk About... * Born in Munich, Germany in 1937, then moved to NYC at age 13.
* Attended the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science & Art in NY.
* Futhered studies at San Francisco Art Institute, Brown Unversity.
* Major: Lithography & etching
* Studied under: Nathan Oliveira.
* Contributions to the field of abstract art: Ink drawing, woodcuts & abstract expressionist paintings using oil paint on canvas. Renata Bernal Stan Gregory Kim MacConnel * Born in Oklahoma City in 1946
* Best known: For his pattern designs painted on furniture (or 3 dimensional canvases).
* Major contribution in early work: Creative force in the Pattern & Decoration movement.
* Major contribution in later work: Since included furniture as his medium he was allowed to shand freely instead of being stretched across a wooden frame.