What’s Your Style? Abstract

If you’ve read my blog at all you know that I sell on etsy.  Recently (well, it seems recently since it all happened right around when I had my newest baby) etsy has added some more listing options.  One of these options is choosing two styles that your creation fits in.  Well – a few of these styles I know, but I really feel that I need to do some research on them to feel more comfortable with my labeling.  Lucky you – you get to come along for the ride.
I’m going to go right down the list – define each style and then show examples of them.  Hopefully, once I’m done I’ll feel more comfortable choosing my styles and you will too!
Abstract art, nonfigurative art, nonobjective art, and nonrepresentational art are loosely related terms. They are similar, although perhaps not of identical meaning.

And here are just a few examples of some abstract work I found on etsy:tjenkinsarts
Large Original Painting Abstract Texture from tjenkinsarts
Pottery Bowl Earthenware Clay Escher Fish in Purple, Blue and Green / Hand Thrown by Clay Lick Creek Pottery
Original abstract contemporary fine art palette knife floral painting by Nicolette Vaughan Horner

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