In abstract art, the artist captures the essence of the
subject rather than its physical form. Abstract artists challenge traditional
artistic conventions in favor of experimental uses of color, shape, material,
and techniques. In addition, abstract art is open to interpretation, and often
requires the observer to challenge themselves to assign their own meaning or
subject to a work.
In display, abstract art can be utilized as a think-piece or eye-catching attraction for a space. The unique and unexpected forms of abstract art do not only provide for an interesting conversation, but can also visually stimulate the mind and brighten the space. Likewise, due to the nature of abstract art, a person can continue to find new significance and relevance in a piece for over a lifetime.
Image: Composition in Red, Blue, and Yellow by Piet Mondrian / Courtesy of Google Images.