Art Critique Banks 2 Essay

Submitted By Sinbad-Alldredge
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Pages: 2

The artist of this extreme painting uses the shades of red, blue, and black bring out visual image and abstract figures similar to those found in works of some of the world's acclaimed artists. Abstract arts like these ones, unlike paintings of objects, know no limits. The shapes that make up the arts fuse together and, the different shades of colors used to make the painting often flow together to create a balanced pattern into a brutal burst. Either way, abstract artists concerns themselves with engaging the emotions of the viewer without the annihilation found in paintings of objects. Abstract Arts or Pictures of nothingness describe nobody but themselves. This paper will provide a visual description of an abstract art.
The focal point of this painting is at the top left hand side. Here, there is what appears to be the representation of some offbeat animal (dragon) inside a cave. The painter used the bright circle at the middle of the painting to evade the sunshine. The dark part of the painting that starts from the left hand side of the painting and ends at the top appears to be the walls of a cave. The illusion of a wall is given by the uneven surface of these rocks and the texture.

The rest of the painting is covered with a strange light blue, nuclear background with shades of white, blue, yellow, and red. The streaks of blue, yellow and white at the background look like water running down the entrance of the cave. The red and yellow colors look to be from the reflection of the sun's rays against the water running down the entrance of the cave. The illusion of water running down the entrance of the cave is enhanced by the curvy shapes of the blue streaks of…