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Non-Objective Art


I think of myself primarily as a non-objective painter. Things that pop into my mind follow the traditional non-objective style in that they are composed of geometric forms that are two dimensional, have hard edges, solid colors, and no representation of anything that exists in the real world. However, I just cannot stop myself from injecting symbolic imagery and/or abstractions into many of my paintings. These symbols and abstractions do have representation in the real world and have a specific reason for being there. I am not sure how to categorize this mixture of styles I created. They are what they are. I hope you enjoy!

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