Colour and abstraction looks at how colour was liberated from its subservient role to drawing in developing pictorial space and how with traditional roles broken abstraction was born allowing a more vibrant use of colour as a practical book it explores how paint can determine the colour and drawing within a painting especially in . Abstract art and radical color given the prevalence of abstract art and the use of large areas or fields of color in contemporary painting we may not think of color fields as a particularly radical form of abstract art. Now on view is colour and form beauty in abstraction abstraction is a herculean term when applied to artwork it can be used to identify work inspired by materials and personally imposed limitations such as sol lewitts massive wall drawings to paintings inspired by instinctual responses to the conscious and unconscious. The younger generation which is interested in colour and abstraction as a subject is represented by artists such as reinoud van vught and rafal rozendaal as well as designers such as bertjan pot and the eindhoven duo raw color in contrast to struycken and rozendaal van vught 1960 uses a muted palette and more traditional techniques. Posts about colour and abstraction written by anickpurmessur there was a great turn out at the pv and lots of interest two of our artists attended colin slee and john barker who are both suffolk based woodbridge and butley respectively
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