Exploring abstract art, and the difficulty of finding a style that is unique to me.
As I continue through my creative journey, I am increasingly surprised by the difficulty of defining my style.
Sometimes I wonder, should I pin it down and stick to one distinctive design style? I do admire those that manage to achieve this, purely because the artist becomes so recognisable by their art.
Unfortunately, there is probably zero chance of this for me, as I love to play with art and learn new techniques and skills. I also worry about limiting my creativity, which peaks when I design just what I’m in the mood for.
There are times I feel like creating an illustrative scene, other days I want to work with photography, still others are spent making a pattern, creating graphics and designing Monograms like the one shown here:
You see what I mean now don’t you? I’m a wandering artist, my inspiration takes me everywhere!
The entire alphabet is created and ready, but the uploading process to my art store does become tiresome. It’s a little mechanical, and I do get a bit bored doing it. (Managed A-G so far) and moved onto different creations.
Yet another example of my nomad habits! Just let me know if you need the other letters anytime soon!
Anyway, I digress. For the last week or so, I have felt inspired to create a little abstract art. I have dabbled with this style of art a few times over the years, and it has always been full of surprises and lots of fun to create!
Does this type of art fit with my portfolio? Probably not – but for now at least – I have decided to stop worrying about it, and simply go with the flow. Creating art should be enjoyable after all! I will just keep it simple, and have different categories of art in my online stores.
Precious, and semi-precious stones were my inspiration for this small series of four abstract works.
I have named them Crystal Bomb, and uploaded them to my Redbubble store. You can find them here if you’re interested in these designs.
I think they look pretty cool on home décor and fashion products. I have used various photographs, textures and digital processes to achieve the resulting art – I do hope you like them and my wandering style of art. 🙂
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