Abstract Acrylic Paintings(417 items)
Welcome to our Abstract Acrylic Painting Gallery! We hope you enjoy exploring our abstract acrylic paintings below:
"Paintings should not be seen solely as art work, but also as mirrors that reflect everyday life."
Popular Abstract Acrylic Paintings
Brazilian Abstract Painting, "Encounter II"$917.99
Seen as abstract images, lovers meet, drawn together in a moment that seems eternal. Working in grey and icy white against a background of passionate crimson, Urbano seems to literally freeze the image in time and space.
Titled "Encontro II" in Portuguese.
Signed Abstract Painting with Relief Texture, "Harmonic Symphony"$527.99
Developing his style in countries such as Germany, the United States, Russia, and the Netherlands, David Fernando Duke of El Salvador proudly presents this painting. Against a background of blue, the artist paints abstract, winding shapes in various hues. A crackled, relief texture characterizes parts of the painting, as the artist combines oils and acrylics. in Spanish.
Bright Red Abstract Painting by a Balinese Artist, "Twilight Princess"$259.99
Adding a touch of sophistication and majesty to any home, this painting by Balinese artist Gus Anom evokes the beauty of the sunset. Against a bright red background, a complex, abstract shape is depicted in tones of black, grey, yellow, and white. Says the artist, "The changing process from day into evening is a changing process from bright into dark. This process is interesting when the sunset gives reddish yellow to the sky. Sunset usually can be seen in beaches."
Signed Abstract Acrylic Painting on Card Stock from Ghana, "Choice Imagination"$259.99
Ghanaian artist Alfred Cran-Mensah lets the viewer's imagination run loose in this abstract painting in acrylics. Hues of vibrant colors form circular and linear patterns on a subdued beige and light blue background. Colorful eyes gaze out from the canvas, exuding mixed sensations of confidence and curiosity. Through this enchanting piece Cran-Mensah seeks to express his belief that "whatever you seek to achieve is made possible by your creative ability."
The Abstract Acrylic Painting
First marketed in the 1950s, acrylic is a versatile and popular medium because it dries so quickly. It is soluble in water and can be used as a wash, yet it can be used with palette knife to build textures in low relief. Both high gloss and matte finishes can be achieved, and Mexican muralists were some of the first artists to take advantage of the medium.
Its possibilities are used to advantage in abstract acrylic paintings, and Novica's West African artists prefer its bold, clear color when depicting people and portraits. From Brazil, Verita creates vibrant color closures in still life paintings while India's Rakesh Kumar incorporates Hindu icons into fanciful nonfigurative works. Some of our most intriguing abstract acrylic paintings are created by talented pachyderms whose elephant art is vibrant and alive. We hope you enjoy our wide selection from artists around the world!