Architectural Lines – Abstract Fun

In creating abstract art, I like to take simple subjects and create bright colorful art prints. I have attached four art prints that started as simple linear architectural lines. I used a fauvism technique which lends itself to abstract art with bold surreal colors and exaggerated shapes.

The first print is architectural detail around windows on a Frank Lloyd Wright designed home in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

The second art print comes from the same home…

the third art print is a row of flood gates along a river…

and the final print is an old railroad car.

Thoughts?

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12 thoughts on “Architectural Lines – Abstract Fun

    1. Kirt D Tisdale Post author

      Thank you very much Ryan. I love Frank Lloyd Wright and found this house in the Heritage District of Grand Rapids….amongst all of the incredible Victorians there was this very modern Frank Lloyd Wright home. God Bless and have a great weekend!!

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  1. Dan Antion

    You had me at “Architectural Lines” Kirt. I love lines and I often look at my notepad to see that I’ve been doodling lines off and on throughout a meeting. These are great.

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