One of the most revolutionary movements in the art world, Geometric Abstraction has been around since the twentieth century. Popularized by artists like Frank Stella and Piet Mondrian, the style is also an integral part of a number of cultural practices like Islamic art, which completely depends on the usage of geometric patterns and calligraphy. Over the years, several celebrated artists have adopted this style and made it their own.
At Agora Gallery too, we have a number of artists practicing this style of painting. From clean and crisp shapes to figurative geometry, there is a wide range of exceptional abstract works of art to choose from. Here is a collection of the best works of Geometric Abstraction from ARTmine.
Acrylic on Canvas
39.5″ x 39.5″
“Just as aesthetic as they are psychological, the geometric forms in my work burst into every sphere of life, allowing us to visualize the invisible,” says abstract artist Osvaldo Bacman about his lively geometric paintings. For Bacman, art has an inherently positive quality that combats the evils of the world; it is a true force for good.
Acrylic on Canvas
39.4″ x 39.4″
In contrast to Lin’s subtle color palette, Elke Riedel explores geometric abstraction with vivid colors and dynamic forms. Life is far from monotonous, she believes, and art should be no exception. “I wish to translate my creative energy and deep rooted emotions onto every canvas by telling a story with strong colors and a broad range of different shapes and figures,” she says.
Acrylic and Mixed Media on Canvas
36″ x 36″
For Nobuko Saji, making art is a meditative experience. In her paintings, she connects with spirit of the physical world. “I harvest my creative power from nature,” she says, and in her hands, nature’s rhythms and motifs are transformed into strong yet subtle graphic patterns.
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Oil on Linen
39.5″ x 39.5″
Veronika Wifvesson’s geometric oil paintings are automatic and communicative of her inner thoughts, placing recognizable shapes and symbols in a heightened context. Each of the abstract images is meant to convey “life’s simplicity.” The artist says, “I create art for the well-being of the whole, and my purpose is to spread light, joy, and peace in world.”
Mixed Media on Canvas
20″ x 24″
Exploring both materiality and geometric abstraction, Lynn M Doyal creates a joyful blend of the handmade and contemporary abstract design, giving even the most precise, kaleidoscopic pattern a relaxed, open quality that effortlessly welcomes the viewer. “Fun is an essential ingredient in my motivation to create,” she says.
Ink & Mixed Media on Paper
27″ x 27″
“Art is the expression of humanity’s purest love,” says abstract artist, Sherman Lin. Incorporating a contemporary twist in the traditional art of Chinese ink painting, he creates captivating paintings with dominating geometric shapes. Lin’s current series, titled “Falling Mountains,” is an ode to nature, the first step in his mission of connecting the spiritual and the natural.
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Dive into the world of geometric abstraction and explore the wide selection of artworks available on ARTmine.