Abstract Art

"My imagery has become increasingly non-objective with no recognisable subject matter, the subject being the imagery itself. Non-objective art explores the potential of abstraction, the shape, depth, colours, tones, lines and texture, but does not try to pin down a subject. This lets the viewer respond emotionally to the piece. My vocabulary of communication is the fusion of colour and structure."
- Paul Cooklin

source - TakingITGlobal
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