Colourful Abstract Paintings by Dutch Artist John Dutchart. Get your own Statement Art directly from the artist
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Senang (80x70cm)
Category:
Sold
Paintings per set:
1
Main colour:
Brown, beige, Textures (> 3mm)
Media:
Wood panel
Size of composition:
Medium (> 0,47 m2)
Description

The beauty of abstract art is that your imagination, your creativity, determines what you see. Where I am often primarily concerned with painting techniques and balance in colours and shapes, the art collector sees landscapes, the cosmos, animals and sometimes even ghosts in my abstract paintings. I think that's beautiful.


The shapes in this painting stem from my mood the day I started the painting; senang, balanced and energetic. The colours inspired by the beautiful pastel-like, earthy colours of a bunch of dried flowers that we had on our dining table, supplemented with accents of unearthly mother-of-pearl colours. The applied mixed media techniques have created a 3D structure as a background that I could never create exactly like that again, even if I wanted to.


Now I am of course curious what objects, shapes or figures you see in my abstract art?


Mixed media on wood panel, 80cm x 70cm x 3.6cm

This colourful Abstract Statement Art already hangs in living rooms, bedrooms and offices of other art collectors and is unfortunately no longer available.  In the Webshop you can see inspiring works of art that are currently available. Both on sale or available through art loan.


 

If an inspiring hand-painted painting that you like is no longer available, or not of the right size, or if you are looking for something specific that fits your home or office interior, you can commision me for your own unique Statement Art. 

Curious?  Then read of how I got my inspiration for a commissioned work of art.

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Besides visiting this online art gallery you are of course always welcome at my atelier & art gallery in Eindhoven or the showroom inVenlo.

Gallery - previous work

Get inspired by these abstract artworks, held in collections worldwide

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