Colours and shapes
The success of this new purple and green abstract art painting is the use of bold colours and the shapes they have been created with. There are no pastel shades, no white spaces and no complex stories to be told.
It’s pure, unapologetic and full of charisma. I like to think it has a backbone too. I have used purple and lime green a couple of times before (twice in ten years I think – Better Than Life and Quantum Loops) and on the rare occasions I do I keep things nice and simple. I prefer to make a big contrast between the two colours because I enjoy their differences enormously.
So what is it then?
Well, I painted it from the black rising up so you could add meaning by saying it’s a ‘something from nothing’ kind of thing. Words like growth, evolution and life spring to mind. But this will entirely depend on your point of view and whether you can connect with it or not.
It’s not meant to be anything in particular although there are influences from physics in most of my paintings. I have been watching programs on string theory and dark matter recently so I’m sure some of that comes out in the paint sessions.
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