Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Today's Thought On Art: The "Logic" of Abstraction

Frantic Rooster c Lynda Lehmann 2013 - Acrylic on Canvas 

I believe there IS a logic in building the visual experience we refer to as "abstract art."  What is missing is a logical referent to any specific and time-bound element or phase of "reality."  For this reason, abstract art owns a freedom and flux unattainable in obedience to realism.    

Lynda Lehmann c 2013 

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  1. Beautiful work! I'm so glad you stopped by my blog so I could find you! I look forward to coming back and looking around. :-)

  2. myriad234, I enjoyed my visit and will see you there again. Thanks for stopping by here!


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