Contemporary Abstract Art at Wyecliffe

June 10, 2020

Contemporary Abstract Art at Wyecliffe

Abstract Art

With a wealth of visionary artists working within the abstract genre, collectors’ homes can benefit from the injection of bright colour and form, inspired by impressions of places, fleeting memories or the medium of paint itself. Wyecliffe Galleries offers a vast portfolio of original abstract art for sale, as well as brilliant limited-edition pieces. Contemporary abstract art can enhance an interior décor scheme by introducing an extra layer of texture for the eye and lift a zone with cleverly picked accent colours. With the interpretation of the painting left open to the viewer and such diverse styles to select from, abstract art continues to be a primary choice for interior designers.

“Structurally I took inspiration from deficit interiors; broken plaster board exposing wooden beams, in keeping with the industrial aspect that influence a lot of the work. I then started to think about opposing ideas - ‘new and old’ and ‘life and death’ were the original working titles and this is where the theme developed,"
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... strewn across the plaster and firmly in the foreground is chaotic life and messy interpretations. The pop culture references are deliberately ambiguous and even random with some much darker ones too. I liked the idea of contrasting this against the palette background in something a bit more zen, clean, golden and rich”


Abstracts in Space


Abstract Art has always been a popular craft amongst the eyes of Wyecliffe Collectors. Artists like Robin Eckardt, Scott Bauer, Craig Foord and Kate Taylor Artists are renowned for inventively using space that brings out the visual language of gestural marks and shapes. Reminiscent of stylised waterfalls or sometimes, sound-waves, Wyecliffe's abstract artists are known for breaking boundaries to produce art that flows with any form of interior, from originals to rare editions and prints.

'Art that moves'

Portraying interpretations of frequency and sound. Scott Bauer's straight-edged patterns are carefully-designed compositions that seek to reach and inspire the visual censors. Exposing his trademark concept that every painting is in fact an illusion, Scott Bauer regenerates the quality of two dimensions and creates works that appear gently swayed, reminiscent of acoustic waves.

'Unique mediums at epic scale'

Robin Eckardt's audacious use of materials and large-scale artworks have made her a household name. Always looking to break new ground with a passion for the outdoor contours, Robin's mixed medium canvases bestows an identity that resembles the structure of all perennial plants the outdoors has to offer. In some of her most exciting works, the artist will proceed to astonish collectors with artworks in over 240cm wide and utilising up to 7-litres of resin to showcase her much distinct style.

'Organic elements recreated to artwork'

Starting out as a tree surgeon, artist Craig Foord became very accustomed to the shaping of oak trees, wych elm trees, walnut trees, and sycamore trees. In a move that would see the then horticultural engineer turn in to one of abstract's most intricate creators, Craig Foord combined knowledge with talent as his characteristic shapes of perfectly-rounded circles became foundations for a body of artworks that would fluster the abstract scene and break in to contemporary house settings.

'Abstracts through bright colours'

Often credited with introducing an aqueous approach to abstract art, Kate Taylor exposes the floral components that can be seen in natural water systems but depreciated in a style that does not quite give the accurate depiction of what they resemble. The outcome gives a delicate interpretation of different ponds, lagoons and reservoirs in a form that showcases patterns upon patterns of acrylic-smudged lillypads, oozeing texture from Kate's small to large scale paintings.


The vast portfolio of abstract artists on offer at Wyecliffe allows their styles from nature-inspired to metal-infused artworks to become a fitting rendition for both traditional and contemporary settings. The heavily applied textures of Chris DeRubuis' metal sculptures, for example, adds an incredible amount of layer to your interior décor scheme, exposing 3D elements that captures coloured soaked light that invites viewers to become imaginative. Whereas the wonders of outdoor scenery opens up the sensory details of Robin Eckardt's engagers in the form of touch, eyesight and smell - A body of artworks that will spark conversation over her clever methods to uncover external stimulus.

With a wealth of visionary artists working within the abstract genre, collectors’ homes can benefit from the injection of bright colour and form, inspired by impressions of places, fleeting memories or the medium of paint itself - Wyecliffe Galleries offers a vast portfolio of original abstract art for sale, as well as brilliant limited-edition pieces.

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Contemporary abstract art can enhance an interior décor scheme by introducing an extra layer of texture for the eye and lift a zone with cleverly picked accent colours. With the interpretation of the painting left open to the viewer and such diverse styles to select from, abstract art continues to be a primary choice for interior designers.

ABSTRACTS IN SPACE


Abstract Art has always been a popular craft amongst the eyes of Wyecliffe Collectors. Artists like Robin Eckardt, Scott Bauer, Craig Foord and Kate Taylor Artists are renowned for inventively using space that brings out the visual language of gestural marks and shapes. Reminiscent of stylised waterfalls or sometimes, sound-waves, Wyecliffe's abstract artists are known for breaking boundaries to produce art that flows with any form of interior, from originals to rare editions and prints.


'Art that moves'


Portraying interpretations of frequency and sound. Scott Bauer's straight-edged patterns are carefully-designed compositions that seek to reach and inspire the visual censors. Exposing his trademark concept that every painting is in fact an illusion, Scott Bauer regenerates the quality of two dimensions and creates works that appear gently swayed, reminiscent of acoustic waves.


'Unique mediums at epic scale'


Robin Eckardt's audacious use of materials and large-scale artworks have made her a household name. Always looking to break new ground with a passion for the outdoor contours, Robin's mixed medium canvases bestows an identity that resembles the structure of all perennial plants the outdoors has to offer. In some of her most exciting works, the artist will proceed to astonish collectors with artworks in over 240cm wide and utilising up to 7-litres of resin to showcase her much distinct style.


'Organic elements recreated to artwork'


Starting out as a tree surgeon, artist Craig Foord became very accustomed to the shaping of oak trees, wych elm trees, walnut trees, and sycamore trees. In a move that would see the then horticultural engineer turn in to one of abstract's most intricate creators, Craig Foord combined knowledge with talent as his characteristic shapes of perfectly-rounded circles became foundations for a body of artworks that would fluster the abstract scene and break in to contemporary house settings.


'Abstracts through bright colours'


Often credited with introducing an aqueous approach to abstract art, Kate Taylor exposes the floral components that can be seen in natural water systems but depreciated in a style that does not quite give the accurate depiction of what they resemble. The outcome gives a delicate interpretation of different ponds, lagoons and reservoirs in a form that showcases patterns upon patterns of acrylic-smudged lillypads, oozeing texture from Kate's small to large scale paintings.

The vast portfolio of abstract artists on offer at Wyecliffe allows their styles from nature-inspired to metal-infused artworks to become a fitting rendition for both traditional and contemporary settings. The heavily applied textures of Chris DeRubuis' metal sculptures, for example, adds an incredible amount of layer to your interior décor scheme, exposing 3D elements that captures coloured soaked light that invites viewers to become imaginative. Whereas the wonders of outdoor scenery opens up the sensory details of Robin Eckardt's engagers in the form of touch, eyesight and smell - A body of artworks that will spark conversation over her clever methods to uncover external stimulus.

Some creative processes are seen as the outcome-defining stage when it comes to choosing your wanted artwork, sometimes acting as a reflection on the collector's personality as well as mirroring the artist's taste. Either way, abstract art is one of the most diverse in materials used for its sheer never-ending presence of differentiated visual languages, some, messier (or cleaner) than others...

So, you have considered a possible style through aesthetic nature or even a creative process that resonates with you... what next? Since abstract art takes up many forms with each one intentionally giving bolder or more muted effects, it might be worth considering collecting a body of small-scale artworks like a Mary Johnston or Patrice Erickson that seek to include appealing-size canvases that pose causally around your space. Or, the imposing square-shaped, 1m x 1m box canvas, nature-inspired creation of Robin Eckardt to sit as a statement more than anything.
















MARY JOHNSTON



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Some creative processes are seen as the outcome-defining stage when it comes to choosing your wanted artwork, sometimes acting as a reflection on the collector's personality as well as mirroring the artist's taste. Either way, abstract art is one of the most diverse in materials used for its sheer never-ending presence of differentiated visual languages, some, messier (or cleaner) than others...



So, you have considered a possible style through aesthetic nature or even a creative process that resonates with you... what next? Since abstract art takes up many forms with each one intentionally giving bolder or more muted effects, it might be worth considering collecting a body of small-scale artworks like a Mary Johnston or Patrice Erickson that seek to include appealing-size canvases that pose causally around your space. Or, the imposing square-shaped, 1m x 1m box canvas, nature-inspired creation of Robin Eckardt to sit as a statement more than anything.















MARY JOHNSTON


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