Abstract art creates its own atmosphere with shapes, colors and textures. By creating the mood for his own abstract art, he usually doesn't try to portray a specific image in the end result.
Abstract art plays completely with the artist's emotions. Because emotion can be a very conscious idea, abstract art is known to be undetectable by something based on normal reality. However, in a well-crafted abstract work, the viewer can "feel" a presence in the image. Abstract art is very spontaneous.You can also purchase buddha wall art via https://www.claudiofiori.com/shop/buddhism
When I paint abstract art, I do my best to start with at least three different colors. These colors can complement or go against the color wheel. It depends on what the viewer should feel and experience.
Do I want bright colors that are so contrasting that they vibrate when you see them? Like green and purple, yellow and blue. Or do I want the colors to align as you look at them so that your eyes move across the canvas in a soothing pattern? There is no right or wrong way to paint abstract art because there is no right or wrong way to feel yourself painting.
Emotion is the key to abstract art. How does the artist feel? Does he feel angry, sad, in love, out of love, inspired, aggressive? Moods can be greatly influenced by habits that an artist accepts and doesn't adopt. Artists have long had a reputation for using external stimuli in the form of alcohol, weed, pills, etc.
I don't agree with that and I don't agree with that. I'm also not saying that every artist uses it. But I would say that much of the art is inspired and created under influence and serenity
And what does that mean? Emotion is the key to creating art, sad or happy, drunk or sober, regardless of the artist's condition, influences the work.