Abstract Expressionist Paintings(49 items)
Welcome to the Abstract Expressionist Painting Gallery at NOVICA.
Vania Gonzalez Original paintings
"Images never seen in the real world gain a veracity on canvas... I can evoke fictitious realities and fantasies as if they had actually existed, and dreams take on a dimension of reality."
"I spent my childhood with my mother, my... read more
Popular Abstract Expressionist Paintings
Mixed Media Collage Painting of Peruvian Textiles Signed Art, "Fragments of a Chronicle II"$429.99
Miriam Chipana chronicles the uniqueness of Andean textiles in this vibrant painting. She uses a variety of media, including cotton weaves and embroideries, as well as jute and gauze fragments. Modeling paste and tissue paper contribute to the creation of enticing textures. They all come under the spell of Chipana's flair for abstract narratives as she paints with acrylics.
Titled "Fragmentos de una Crónica I" in Spanish.
Multicolored Abstract Painting from Ghana, "Strong Women"$244.99
Paying homage to strong women around the world, Ghanaian artist K. Baka paints this composition in an abstract style. Colorful tones dominate the canvas, depicting the profiles of women wearing head scarves. Says the artist, "A strong woman is one who feels deeply and loves fiercely. Her tears flow just as abundantly as her laughter. A strong woman is both soft and powerful. she is practical and spiritual. A strong woman in essence is a gift to the world so lets appreciate them."
Signed Abstract Painting by a Ghanaian Artist, "Loneliness"$474.99
Inspired by themes of loneliness, Ghanaian artist K. Baka paints a composition that makes a striking addition to any space. Against colorful shapes, a single figure stands alone. Says the artist, "Loneliness is not when you don't have anyone with you, it's when you have everyone but not the one whom you want to be with you."
Original African Still Life Painting in Jewel Colors, "Necks of Unity"$609.99
Empty calabash jars emerge from clouds of vivid color. Seeming to hover in midair, the generous gourd bowls seem part of a dream world. Prince Asher paints an abstract still life of magical beauty. "I see peace and understanding within the necks of struggling gourds," he explains.