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"Textured Field" Join us for Dan, Danny & John McCaw: Three Man Show & Artist Reception Nov. 14th, 2013 6pm-8pm #art #southernart #morrisandwhitesidegalleries #abstractart #abstract

Beyond the Park: Wildflower Field, 2015 Acrylic on Canvas, 18x18" yumart is pleased to present “Beyond The Park: Nearscapes”, an exhibition of luscious new works on paper and canvas by Tim Noonan. “The series of recent acrylic, oil and watercolour paintings on canvas and paper are interpreted from the fringe landscape. The abstractions are comprised of simplified shapes, patterns and enhanced colour to evoke both the mood and texture of a near scape with urban inclusions.” Tim Noonan 2015…

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FLOW ART 414 - Vernissage 4 December

Opening FLOW ART by Mario Guerra. Join me for a drink on 4 December : via @madmimi

This very joyful nomadic 19th century Kurdish rug captivates the viewer with its incredibly playful naivete and folkloric charm. Its heavily abstracted field of repeating boteh motifs joined by charming bird forms, arranged in rows along top and bottom edges, gives this antique tribal carpet an entirely original, deeply personal atmosphere.

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Ballet - Fine Art Poster Print, Color Field/Geometric Abstraction Wall Art for the Office and Home Decor

Fancy - Ballet - Fine Art Poster Print, Color Field/Geometric Abstraction Wall Art for the Office and Home Decor

Inside Out IV, 1966. Paul Allen Reed (b1919) is an American artist most associated with the Washington Color School and Color Field Painting. From 1962 to 1971 Paul Reed served as Art Director for the Peace Corps after which he joined the Corcoran School of Art in the position of Assistant Professor. In the mean time, he was featured in several dozen group and solo exhibitions including:

Color Series 8-71 by John Opper. His career encapsulates much of what transpired in advanced American art in the middle decades of the 20th century. He joined the easel division of the W.P.A., switched from realism to abstraction, helped to found the American Abstract Artists group, had his first New York solo show the next year, wrestled some more with the realist-abstractionist issue, and then, by the 1950's, became a New York School-style gestural painter. (New York Times)