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!
Style:  ABSTRACT
Abstract art, nonfigurative art, nonobjective art, and nonrepresentational art are loosely related terms. They are similar, although perhaps not of identical meaning.
~Wikipedia

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

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