Energized Abstracts

We invited some artist friends to share their concept and vision, and a favorite work of abstract art. Click each name to visit their website.

 

Artwork by Glenyse Thompson. See her work in our photo article Energized Abstracts

 

Glenyse Thompson

Conversations are illustrated through hundreds of hand-drawn white lines showing opinions and arguments between people. Color demonstrates the lively ebb and flow.

 

Artwork by Margalit Romano. See her work in our photo article Energized Abstracts

 

Margalit Romano

Being surrounded by color is my greatest joy and I want to share that with people. I love the energy, warmth, and happiness that a great work of art can bring into someone’s home.

 

Artwork by Bill Sotomayor. See his art in our photo article Energized Abstracts.

 

Bill Sotomayor

My art reflects a world in a constant state of flux, with intensity and intimacy. Industrial Design and Geometric Abstraction provide inspiration which flow through my drawings. There is an awesome energy in abstract precision.

 

#1515 Frenetic Energy by artist Jeanne Rhea. See her art in the photo article Energized Abstracts.

 

Jeanne Rhea

Working wet into wet, I use the chemical and physical properties of the inks, the substrate porosity, time, temperature, and humidity to create the patterns in this organic painting method. It is science meets art.

 

Artwork by Judith Musser. See her featured in the photo article Energized Abstracts.

 

Judith Musser

My paintings are an expression of personal responses to environment and experiences. The work comes into being with a combination of pigment, design elements, and collage.

 

Artwork by Susan Klinger. See her art included in the photo article Energized Abstracts.

 

Susan Klinger

Following a period of turmoil and uncertainty, one attempts to regain footing on solid ground. Yet that solid ground may not be solid at all, continuing to shift, albeit more slowly, beneath one’s feet.

 

Artwork by Mike Salcido. See his work included in the photo article Energized Abstracts.

 

Mike Salcido

My work has revealed itself as a process capable of addressing a range of emotions, some painful, some joyful, but none ordinary or indifferent. Color and movement define my work.

 

Artwork by Ghada Fasho. See her work included in the photo article Energized Abstracts.

 

Ghada Fasho

Works are inspired by Abstract, Impressionist and Nouveau Art. Paintings are done with palette knives in an “Alla Prima” method. Abstract static shapes contrast the loose movement of Impressionist passages.

 

Artwork by Michelle Dinelle. See her work in the photo article Energized Abstracts.

 

Michelle Dinelle

The coral color created when blending the background of this piece had such a pure, powerful energy, it took a while to move forward. Adding turquoise as contrast was the key for me. Color is my inspiration!

 

Artwork by Monique Oliver. See her painting included in the photo article Energized Abstracts.

 

Monique Oliver

States of change resulting from conflict is a central theme. Mixing paint and interference mediums, provokes temporary instability. I exploit this instability with styles and techniques which drive the formation of intricate and intriguing patterns.

 

Artwork by Ed Phillips. See his painting in the photo article Energized Abstracts.

 

Ed Phillips

I paint non-objective abstract work. There’s just something about applying paint to texture that surprises me every time. It’s like magic, it captures my creativity and makes me feel alive.

 

Artwork by Janet Stanley. See her painting included in the photo article Energized Abstracts.

 

Janet Stanley

My work is about transformation, expansion and weaving together diverse ideas to allow something new to emerge. I work intuitively and am most interested in the liminal and potent spaces before things are fixed.

 

Artwork by Volker Mayr. See his painting included in the photo article Energized Abstracts.

 

Volker Mayr

With color, composition and texture I engage inspiration and imagination leaving room for the viewer’s interpretation and spice up his space.

 

Artwork by MarianneB van de Haar. See her painting included in the photo article Energized Abstracts.

 

MarianneB van der Haar

Through abstract art you can see life in a better way, deal with crises, overcome obstacles. I mostly prefer to work with multiple materials in addition to acrylic paint, such as pigments and tar gel.

 

Artwork by Arlene Holtz. See her painting in the photo article Energized Abstracts.

 

Arlene Holtz

Usually my paintings reflect calmness and tranquility, yet are also about energy and balance. The paints I use are clear bright colors, with vital movement and form, creating a composition that energizes and uplifts.

 

Artwork by Norma Jean Moore. See her painting in the photo article Energized Abstracts.

 

Norma Jean Moore

I find the perspective of looking at the ground much more intimate and complex than traditional panoramic scenes. There is a quiet dynamic force always present on the ground.

 

"Universe Travels" by Phyllis Miller. See her artwork included in the photo article Energized Abstracts.

 

Phyllis Miller

A version of man and the universe travels through time and space, these are the intense colors of vibrancy at a standstill state. From the art series, “Vibrant Nature & Universe Sensations”.

 

 

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  1. A fine selection of energizing paintings, – proud to be part of it!

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