Abstract Art

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Cadmium Orange, French Ultramarine and Winsor Green  feature in this large 36 x 24 acrylic abstract painting.

abstract art painting, acrylics, debiriley.com
Abstract Art Painting eyescape


Just 3 colours were used.

2 were opposites.

I made certain to leave random abstract areas of white, for the contrast.


A subsequent post to explain the signature placement, techniques used, colors, processes and materials can be continued in a later post next week,  if you’d like.





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32 thoughts on “Abstract Art

  1. As Passajer says, I wish I could paint like this Debi, it’s such a great combination of colours, and the white areas showing through really sets it off 🙂 It’s like this amazing eye watching you! 🙂 A subsequent post about it would be really interesting Debi 🙂

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    1. well, be encouraged! you could and can! in my post, I’ll tell you what I did. and you’ll say “Gee, I CAN do That!” thank you so much for the very lovely comment, Fife. 🙂 cheers, Debi

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      1. You’re welcome Debi 🙂 I’ll give it a go over the Christmas holidays Debi, the next thing you’ll see is me posting my artwork!! I think not, I think I’ll leave that to you experts! LOL! 🙂

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      2. you wouldn’t have to post any! lol besides, it’d be for your fun, enjoyment – not ours 🙂
        public scrutiny, (sometimes) can be like a public commissioned work. It Can drain the fun out.

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      3. You’re so right about any post, whether it’s art. photography or the written word, it should all be for fun Debi. Without the enjoyment factor, I think, in most cases, most peoples work goes down hill. Getting negative feedback, I always treat that as a positive, it’s the best way of learning and if someone is just plain nasty, I just ignore them!!
        That’s the serious bit! Lol!
        As to attempting some watercolours, I may try the digital variety, and possibly post it, it will be fun to see everyone’s reaction 🙂 I enjoy a challenge! 🙂

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      4. wise words from one who’s been working on a website a LOT longer than I! ….taking notes now…. 🙂 thank you, I always enjoy your feedback! Debi

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  2. The lens through which we distort the world… that we may begin to make it anew. I linked this on my blog, and left a longer comment there.

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  3. even though it’s abstract I see a lot of things in it, the sun going down behind some bare trees and a pond ….(without smoking anything, hehe) Hope you have a nice 4th advent, cheers Mitza

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  4. A wide but bloodshot eye. Rotating the painting 90 degrees to the right places the tear duct towards the bottom left of the image. The right eye if you’re looking in a mirror. the left if it belongs to someone else. I really like this! 🙂 x

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    1. hi Kerry, thanks! it does indeed look like a bloodshot eye 🙂 I had to smile, as I detected you were really observing this piece – not just a skim through. yay!

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