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Abstract art is the style of visual art that doesn’t represent anything in particular, but relies on shape and colour to make a statement.

Abstract artists use various materials including paint, clay, fabric or other items to create their artwork. Some abstract artists will combine two or more different materials together to get the desired effect they are looking for.

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Abstract paintings can give us a sense of depth and inspiration. If you appreciate these wonderful works of art, you can experience unique feelings.

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What is Abstract Art?

This type of art appeared in the early part of the 20th century and served as the core around which several artistic movements evolved, including Cubism and Surrealism.

So, wall abstract art is this type of art applied to wall decoration or wall art. Abstract wall art adds personality to a space. Unlike self-explanatory works of art, it allows for interpretation, which is useful in public areas such as waiting rooms or living rooms.

— What are the Characteristics of Abstract Art?

The abstract art is a form of art that focuses on using shapes, colour and lines to express an idea. Abstract artists typically lack of figurative or representational elements in their work. The goal is for people who view abstract art to be able to interpret it in their own way without being told what the artist wanted them to know about it.

It is often difficult for people who are new to abstract art because they might not understand how someone could create something with no recognisable images.

As you can see, there are some common characteristics that tend to be seen with abstract art, but you should remember they aren’t hard rules for artists who choose this style of work. It’s important not just how the artwork looks, but how it makes the viewer feel.

— What Types of Abstract Art exist?

There are many types of abstract art you can select from when deciding what type of work you would like displayed in your home or office space.

The main types include:

  • Geometric abstraction, which uses shapes with straight lines and angles.
  • Biomorphic abstraction, which contains organic forms such as plants and animals.
  • Lyrical abstraction, which features flowing movements that resemble calligraphy strokes.
  • Monochrome painting, where all colours are removed or reduced to one colour.
  • Optical abstraction which uses colours in unusual ways.

— What makes good Abstract Art?

This is a difficult question to answer. Abstract art shouldn’t be explained in words, it’s all about the emotional response you get from seeing colours and shapes put together in an interesting way. 

Individual components of art, such as colour, shape, line, texture, space, value and so can also be appreciated. An abstract artist’s talents lie in his or her capacity to mix colours and textures in order to make an aesthetically pleasing composition.

A good piece will stand out due to its unique patterns made by using shapes that typically wouldn’t go together. As a result of this juxtaposition of unlikely objects is when these works become truly compelling because you’re left wondering how they could possibly exist with one another.

This speaks not just for itself, but it sends a message about what makes people who look at them think deeply about their own lives.

But since abstract art seeks to generate a unique and personal interpretation, the fact of determining whether it is a good piece of art is also a personal matter.