Personal Collection From
Catalogue Type :~ (St Andrews Memorial Hospital 2021 Collection)
Artist :~ Thomas Doyle.
Artwork Title :~ Collage Unite
Medium Type :~Collage mixed medium Inc Framed
Created Year :~ 2nd February 2021
Artworks Size :~
48cm x 130cm (Multi Directional)
Artwork Framed & Ready To Hang.
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ArtWork Statement “ Collage Unite “ By Thomas Doyle
Like there paintings, Abstract Expressionists' collages showcase an emphasis on colour, composition, and emotion. Through simplified silhouettes, blocks of cut-and-glued colour, and free-floating, painted lines, the artists added (literal) layers of dimensionality to their already-famous aesthetic
Objective art is artwork that depicts easily recognisable subject matter. It is also known as representational or figurative art. For example, a collage of a dog or zoo animal are objective works of art because they illustrate something we can recognise.
Nonobjective, or abstract art, is just about the complete opposite of objective art. Nonobjective artwork doesn’t have identifiable forms or recognisable subject matter. Instead of depicting familiar objects, people, or animals, nonobjective artwork deals with the basic elements of art. This means focusing on things like line, shape, colour, texture, or space, as opposed to trying to create a realistic picture of a familiar subject.
What’s great about nonobjective artwork is that it allows you to tap into creative ways of expressing yourself by manipulating the media you are working in. Instead of being confined to the rules of creating realistic renderings of subjects, you can experiment and embrace the media.