Abstract art requires the viewer to contemplate study and ask themselves “What am I feeling?” I enjoy being a part of that interactive experience with the person viewing my art. The impression could be of total awe or disgust, but a great abstract piece of art is sure to command a reaction.
One thing viewers and seekers of art should learn is similar to great listeners; listen, feel, see touch, review, analyze, ponder, and taste with your eyes and the eyes of your soul.
“Art must be, somehow, essential for life. In fact, art is part of survival, is part of the human spirit, an unquenchable expression of who we are; art is one of the ways in which we say, “I am alive, and my life has meaning.”
Regardless of all these influences, the core of abstract art paintings remains the capturing of the essence of the artist’s subconscious on canvas.