Abstract Landscape Paintings - Art Gallery
Contemporary landscapes, seascapes, abstracts, beach and ocean
paintings for sale.
Large selection of original and affordable art paintings, bas-reliefs, sculptures
and works on paper
available online or direct from artist Sydney studio gallery. Modern, original and
unique Australian fine art.
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Welcome to the art gallery
This online gallery has a wide range of contemporary
and seascape paintings, abstract artworks, modern three dimensional
pieces and bas-relief wall sculptures, minimalist art, geometric designs and
affordable acrylic works on paper.
I have numerous decorative artworks, including abstract, landscape
and flower paintings in a great variety of styles. My
acrylic paintings show a variety of vastly different artistic approaches.
In my art practice the emphasis is on celebrating
the beauty of
I tend to explore different aspects of artistic creativity rather than
produce technically perfect reproductions of what the eye sees.
Most of my contemporary art paintings and recycled timber sculptures are for sale
at competitive prices.
Look through the wide selection of art pieces on offer and feel free to select your favourite
You might find the experience enjoyable:- the
pieces on show are happy and optimistic and spiritually uplifting.
Feel free to comment and contact me and arrange a visit to my studio gallery.
You are most welcome, hope to hear from you soon
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BIOGRAPHY I started
painting in 1970 while practising as a Chartered Architect. I have exhibited in
various group and solo shows ever since. I retired from Architecture in 1997 to paint
and sculpt full
about me the artist and my work
MY PHILOSOPHY As a professional artist, I am driven obsessively to create artworks which
celebrate the beauty of Nature, nourish
the human spirit, and provide enjoyment,
stimulation and a touch of magic in people's lives...
about my approach to creativity
INFLUENCES Famous international artists I most admire include Cezanne, van Gogh,
Klee, Picasso, Pollock, Monet, Kandinsky and Turner. Generally, I just love post impressionists, abstract expressionists and
Indigenous Australian aboriginal
my artistic influences
Many emerging artists and art students ask for my advice. They may have
learned about art materials and techniques in art schools, but they also want to
know how to approach creativity. My advice
focuses on how to liberate their innate creativity. I summarized my advice in "Master's tips",
advice to students and emerging artists
GUESTBOOK "Your paintings arrived undamaged and it was a
revelation how much better they look 'in the flesh' as compared to the images on
your website. We are most happy with the 3 paintings purchased. We also
would like to compliment you on your professional approach and organising the
speedy delivery ..."
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LARGER PAINTINGS see a selection of paintings over 100cm
VINTAGE PAINTINGS FROM THE ARCHIVES I recently scanned some slides
of my paintings from the seventies. Most of them sold or given to friends
as gifts. See these images
CHARITIES To date I have donated many art
works to selected charities, including four paintings to
Jeans for Genes Charity Art
Auctions - in support of the
Children's Medical Research Institute in Sydney. I always welcome to
requests of donating paintings to worthy causes. This is one way to repay
my debt to society and to help others less fortunate than me.
FREE OFFER Purchasers who spend $500
or more may choose a free copy of a music DVD featuring images of my artworks on the covers. Twenty
eight of these DVDs have been released by Opus Arte (an arm of the BBC) which
feature Australian Opera productions filmed for television in association with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation...
music ballet DVDs
SELECTING AND PLACING ARTWORKS professional advice
DOs and DON'Ts tips
QUOTATIONS "Abstract art should be enjoyed just as music is
enjoyed – after a while you may like it or you may not." - Jackson Pollock
quotes on creativity, art, painting and
ABSTRACT LANDSCAPE PAINTINGS see
my article published
in the contemporary-art-dialogue.com web
EXAMPLES of subject matters in this web include:
contemporary and abstract seascapes,
abstract landscape paintings, minimalist paintings, abstract art, contemporary landscape artists,
famous artists, famous paintings, using recycled materials, abstract art paintings,
beach paintings and famous painters, professional visual artists.
EXHIBITION PHOTOS a selection of photos from
exhibitions held at
Glen Street Theatre and
Dale Thomas Gallery
The principles I follow as an artist
As a contemporary Sydney artist, this short manifesto is meant to summarize some of my beliefs
about creativity in the visual arts. These are principles I follow
generally and the points I listed are not meant to be a formula or recipe for
creating masterpieces. They are just reminders for myself
so as to avoid the usual pitfalls artists encounter.
Having found these principles useful in my career as a
professional artist for
over thirty years, I
decided to share them with other interested artists and students.
I believe this list is open for
debate and I invite all and sundry to discuss the issues raised.
Ultimately my philosophy is for my own use and it may be meaningless for anybody else.
So, here are my guidelines I follow:
Capture the essentials and ignore the
Try to capture the essential elements of a visual experience. Ignore the
superfluous bits and eliminate unnecessary details. Focus on the critical
aspects of the subject and capture only the significant and lasting
Never compete with the camera
Reproducing accurately what the eye sees is not necessarily artistic creativity.
Technical proficiency may only produce an impressive illustration. A
musical composer does not merely reproduce the sounds heard in nature, but
creates a composition from his heart.
Be interested in
only creating images which reflect your subjective response to places, or express
your feelings and capture the mood of being there.
Abstract art is
treated like music
Good abstract painters use the same basic principles as composers of music --
balanced composition, integrity, mood, tone, colour, texture, rhythm, harmony, contrast,
balance, tension, counterpoint and so on. The objective is the same: creating a
mood, arousing a feeling, stirring the emotions.
Venture beyond the comfort zone
Do not be content to settle into a commercially successful and 'easy' style.
Refuse to limit your output to 'much of the same'
thus avoiding the use of a tired old formula. Chose to move
safe comfort zone. Search for variety,
revel in the excitement of
discovering something new and unfamiliar; and also learn to experiment with future possibilities.
Express the joy for living
Let colour help express the thrill of being alive. Access your sacred gift
of intuition and honour your creative spirit. Then you will have a wonderful
opportunity to create meaningful and optimistic images to make people
For me as an artist the real achievement is when
people tell me that my artworks speak to them, when my creations touch their hearts and
spirit. When my paintings wash away the sweat and dust of their stressful
working days, I am happy.
The essential ingredient
As my abstract artist friend Ted Knerr reminded
me, there is another crucial element to creativity. This is not something
you can just conjure up from your head. To paraphrase him: real art comes from
inspiration, and valid art-appreciation comes first from a gut reaction which
in turn comes from one's spiritual condition.
Great art can come from the
uneducated but quietly enlightened, and bad art from the highly trained but
disconnected from the soul; so education can be a plus or a minus, but soul
connection is an indispensable prerequisite for an artist's creativity.
See also my ideas on:
Artworks in interior design - the final touch
Abstract art and music - what is the common language?
810 Happy cellscape
36x36in / 91x91cm, acrylic /
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Abstract Landscape Paintings Gallery
This Abstract Landscape Paintings website is an artist
managed art gallery which exhibits contemporary landscapes, seascapes,
beach and ocean paintings.
A large range of original and affordable artworks, flower paintings, bas-reliefs and
sculptures are offered for
sale. This artist studio gallery in Sydney features
Australian art by distinctive painters and sculptors.
Most pieces are for sale, here on the Northern Beaches in Sydney and direct from the artist studio.
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