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Helen Frankenthaler, 1928 - 2011, major contributor to the american Abstract Expressionism movement of the mid-twentieth century.

Helen Frankenthaler, 1928 - 2011, major contributor to the american Abstract Expressionism movement of the mid-twentieth century.

Lately I've been feeling unmotivated to paint and this morning I was thinking about the whys, and the first thing that popped into my head was, I feel bored with painting the same style over and over. Yet I know what I put on my canvas is a part of me, who I am, and my feelings.  So I guess what I'm saying, through my creations, is that I'm  bored with myself!! Now that's something to ponder . I could go out and become unbored... do something different in my day, my life an

Lately I've been feeling unmotivated to paint and this morning I was thinking about the whys, and the first thing that popped into my head was, I feel bored with painting the same style over and over. Yet I know what I put on my canvas is a part of me, who I am, and my feelings. So I guess what I'm saying, through my creations, is that I'm bored with myself!! Now that's something to ponder . I could go out and become unbored... do something different in my day, my life an

playing around with abstraction. Some have a hard time appreciating and understanding abstract art. It is all about shape, mark, color, composition, and emotion. What do you feel when you open up and truly consider a piece? Take this piece for example, what color speaks to you, what area are you drawn to? What do you feel? What was I (the artist) feeling when I painted it? What was my process? Just a few thing to ponder as you let your eyes wander across a piece of abstract art.

playing around with abstraction. Some have a hard time appreciating and understanding abstract art. It is all about shape, mark, color, composition, and emotion. What do you feel when you open up and truly consider a piece? Take this piece for example, what color speaks to you, what area are you drawn to? What do you feel? What was I (the artist) feeling when I painted it? What was my process? Just a few thing to ponder as you let your eyes wander across a piece of abstract art.

55 Likes, 3 Comments - The Kindness Rocks Project (@thekindnessrocksproject) on Instagram: “This rock was meant for you...it was left (posted) to let you know that you matter and are loved!…”

55 Likes, 3 Comments - The Kindness Rocks Project (@thekindnessrocksproject) on Instagram: “This rock was meant for you...it was left (posted) to let you know that you matter and are loved!…”

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