Abstract Art Manifesto
Abstract art has a long and rich history.
Abstract art can be intelligently talked about.
Abstract art is not decorative art.
Abstract art delivers meaning through non-objective means.
Abstract art can be understood.
Abstract art reflects the artist’s intent and the viewer’s interpretation.
Artist intent and viewer’s interpretation of abstract art can be different.
Sometimes abstract art simply is because of its presence.
Abstract art technique can be taught.
Abstract art appeals to intelligent people.
Abstract art is a thought provoking process of interpretation.
Abstract art can create discourse.
Abstract art is universal and multi-cultural.
Abstract art challenges a viewer’s aesthetics.
Abstract art continuously engages the viewer.
Abstract art influences all of the arts.
Abstract art remains a relevant and progressive art form.
Hitler did not like abstract art.
To be continued in my future book on Abstract Art.
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Linda Bigness is a painter whose work explores the hidden surfaces found within the urban landscape. When exploring an area of a city where urban renewal has infiltrated into the deteriorated architecture, time passed is revealed. Demolished walls expose another time and hidden signs of another era. Renewal often brings into the viewer’s vision a time that reflects different cultures and ideas. Over time, these remnants have been buried within the worn walls and structures.