Abstract Paintings(558 items)
Welcome to Novica's Abstract Paintings Gallery, exhibiting original and limited edition abstracts.
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"I have a number of dreams in this life. One is to popularize my country's fine art."
"I'm David Fernando Duke Bonilla. I was born in 1979 in El Triunfo, El Salvador. In 1980, during the civil war, my family found it necessary to move to the capital to escape the political persecution. I grew up in the city and studied in... read more
Popular Abstract Paintings
'Baianas in Dance Evolution'
Dressed in ample skirts and fancy turbans, myriad (women from Bahia) crowd the streets dancing to the beat of the Carnival. As their dances evolve, they inspire this energetic composition by Rubens Andrade. He paints with acrylics, mixing a palette of colors in which yellow proffers festive energy.
Titled "Baianas em evolução" in Portuguese.
Brazilian Abstract Painting, "Encounter II"$917.99
Seen as abstract images, lovers meet, drawn together in a moment that seems eternal. Working in grey and icy white against a background of passionate crimson, Urbano seems to literally freeze the image in time and space.
Titled "Encontro II" in Portuguese.
Working in a palette of red, white and blue, Made Ardika explores the balance of energy, representing minor negative energy in black. "Energy, especially that which exists in this universe, gives its influence to human life," the artist says. "Red is symbolizing the huge, very powerful energy that can be balanced by the force of white, which represents purity, patience and tranquility. Even negative energy will not affect this balance of power that leads to harmony and peace in life."
Abstract Painting from Africa, "Come In"
Memories from his days in the National Service spent in northern Ghana serve as inspiration to David Mawunya Charway. "The people of this area are very hospitable!," confides the Ghanaian artist. "I especially recall the architectural style of the region and its dry withered trees during Harmattan season." Every year, from November to March, the "African trade winds" of Harmattan blow dry and dusty from the Sahara to the Gulf Guinea. At their strongest, they can blow all the way to North America.