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Evan Robarts Cube, Rainbow (series 2011 Marker, gloss medium on paper x

Inspirational Patterns that can be interpreted by #SICIS The Art Mosaic Factory and be created into a custom #mosaic

Evan Robarts

Cube by Evan Robarts, geometrically painted cube with a beautiful touch of blurriness, volume, stretched lines and crisp color hues.

Cube, Red (series #2). 2011  Marker, gloss medium on paper  26” x 40” Evan Robarts

Cube, Red (series 2011 Marker, gloss medium on paper x Evan Robarts

Arite Kannavos

Arite Kannavos

"Full On" photograph by Taylor J 100% pur photography, NO computer manipulation

taylorjorjorian: "Full On" photograph by Taylor J pur photography, NO computer manipulation

Can you hear the space on Behance

Can you hear the space?

original abstract painting acrylic painting pink abstract pamela munger. $110.00, via Etsy.

Original abstract painting acrylic painting pink abstract pamela munger

abstract painting by pamela munger on etsy

Vintage Textile Patterns from Vitrine - Retro to Go

Michael Chase

Michael Chase

The Institute of Social Hypocrisy /. by Victor Boullet //

Hey Ho, “The Institute of Social Hypocrisy”.

Lines of Flight op.377, oil on canvas, 2012, 100cm x 73cm #art

akihitotakuma:Akihito Takuma, Lines of Flight oil on canvas, x

The dip-dyed look. A very peaceful and calming piece to look at. This would look great in a home by the sea, or a coastal themed room.

Lee Ufan, considered the father of the mono-ha art movement, a practice based in Japan by a Korean-born artist, that flew in the face of post-war Westernization. Ufan is probably best known for these multiple-stroke ink paintings.

kosuth

kosuth

James Balmforth - Imperfect Detachment, 2014   oxy-fuel severed 24k gold electroplated steel   2 pieces, 92 x 60 x 1.5 cm & 92 x 100 x 1.5 cm

exasperated-viewer-on-air: “ James Balmforth - Imperfect Detachment, 2014 oxy-fuel severed gold electroplated steel 2 pieces, 92 x 60 x cm & 92 x 100 x cm ”

Nicole Phungrasamee Fein, 1060212 (detail) The interplay of color and blankness in the pieces seems like a human, existential concern. Or perhaps it is merely the works’ acknowledgement of an organic reality, of a grid of matter over nothingness bound together in a sort of affinity. - See more at: http://www.theartblog.org/2012/11/handmade-meticulous-abstractions-playing-with-color-at-gallery-joe/#sthash.EjtMhhtO.dpuf

Handmade, meticulous abstractions playing with color at Gallery Joe

Akihito Takuma, b. 1966; Kumamoto, Japan // Lines of Flight op.380, 2012, oil on canvas, 100 x 73 cm.

Akihito Takuma Lines of Flight 380

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