Abstract and Figurative Art: Why Should Artists Explore?

Who would you prefer if you were asked to choose between an artwork that showed incredibly realistic rendering or one that is able to convey ideas in a very special way?

What do the terms Abstract and Figurative mean in Art?

Abstract and Figurative Art is simply two categories in which it is possible to distinguish artwork, whether painting or sculpture. It is important to note that there are various degrees of figuration and abstraction, and within one piece, this can also occur. While it can be easy to categorize certain art into either pool, others are a bit more difficult to decipher. When talking about figurative and abstract art that I want to touch on, there are a few art concepts that are always confusing.

A painting using the same floral arrangement as a guide can be made by two artists, one figurative and one abstract, and each of their works at the end would be a reflection of those same objects. Abstract artists actually choose to express, in a more visual and unconventional way, what their eyes take in.

Two artists, one figurative and one abstract will create a painting using the same floral arrangement as a guide, and both of their works at the end will be a reflection of the same objects. Abstract artists simply want to portray what their eyes take in, in a more visual and unconventional way.

The Impressionists were the first to explore the use of color and painting in new ways that would allow the artist not only to make a beautiful image but to express it through Abstract Figurative Art.

While some people disregard the stylized drawings on cave walls and symbolic stone sculptures created by prehistoric people as simple decoration, they show that abstraction has been part of human life since its beginnings.

Published by Artist Abraham Dayan

Whether you are looking for New Figurative Painting Artist or Contemporary International Artists, Abraham Dayan is a perfectionist artist who perfectly masters his discipline.

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