Abstract

Abstract Thinking series

abstract art, contemporary art

Building a Better World

“The future is not to be predicted, but created,’” says Dr. Ervin Laslo, an esteemed philosopher and systems scientist.  This is how I visualize that grand, beautiful world being built.

18×18″ acrylic, mixed media

abstract art, contemporary art

Nuance

An exploration of line, shape and color – a subtle, calm mood. 

18×18″ acrylic, mixed media

 

colorful abstract art

Thoughts Become Things

Our consciousness creates our physical reality. Let’s think beautiful, happy thoughts, shall we?

18×18″ acrylic, mixed media

For the Jetsons

A midcentury modern vibe.

14 x 14″ acrylic, mixed media on drawing paper, mounted on wooden panel, wood frame.

 

Lifeboat

A nonrepresentational painting that had a mind of it’s own.  I stepped back to review my work and there he was.  They say you paint what you know, so it was just a matter of time before a frequent visitor to our yard ended up in a painting.

18 x 24″ wooden panel, 2″ deep, sides are black; acrylic, framed.

Perfect Equation 

Is there one? I recently read that Euler’s Identity is an equation that comprises the five most important mathematical constants.  Apparently, it’s been compared to a Shakespearean sonnet. Physicist Richard Feynman called it “the most remarkable formula in mathematics.” So appealing.

18X18” acrylic, mixed media, collage layers

Reaching Conclusions Series

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As we mull over things in our mind, how do we untimately reach the conclusions we do?  This is my visual representation of that mysterious abstract mental process.

8×8″ acrylic on watercolor paper; mounted on birch panels.  These look great hung as a group.

Heading Home

From the Going Places series.   Even when you love to travel, isn’t going back home a comfort?

10 x 10″ acrylic, mixed media on watercolor paper, mounted on wooden panel, black wood frame.

 

 

Spring Flows Poetic #2

Sap rises in the spring and words flow from poets. Green, fresh newness is everywhere. 

12×12″mixed media, acrylic on watercolor paper mounted on wood panel, custom wood frame

The Midnight Howl

A nonrepresentational painting that had a mind of it’s own.  I stepped back to review my work and there he was.  They say you paint what you know, so it was just a matter of time before a frequent visitor to our yard ended up in a painting.

11 x 14″ acrylic, framed.

Spring Flows Poetic #1

12×12″ mixed media, acrylic on watercolor paper mounted on wood panel, custom frame

Found on the island

Clear azure blue sky, sparkling ocean, vibrant greens, patterns of land and the warmth of the sun.

18” x 18” acrylic, mixed media collage

 

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