Simple Abstract Shapes with Bold Colors

Anyone following my blog, knows that I like abstract art and bold colors. Today I wanted to share three prints using simple shapes with bright bold colors. I think they speak for themselves…..

“Red Flame”

“Red Mountain”

“Blue Circle”

Thoughts?

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32 thoughts on “Simple Abstract Shapes with Bold Colors

  1. Sue Slaght

    Kirt I love the way you have such diversity in your art. These leave one imagining what the colors might represent. Or perhaps the point is just to
    enjoy them as they are. Gorgeous either way.

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      1. Kirt D Tisdale Post author

        We lived there 30 years ago and my wife and I both worked downtown. That was during the oil boom of the 80’s and we couldn’t believe the transformation downtown took on in a very positive way. Fast forward to now and we were blown away with how much it has continued to change and become a much more thriving residential urban downtown. All of the areas along the South Platte river are now parks, museums, etc….back then it was still railroad tracks and warehouses…..

      2. MichelleMarie

        Wow that is amazing I haven’t been there since my Pa moved back here in 2007. So I’m sure it has changed so so much. I really liked the Boulder area a lot and around Westminster. That’s a pretty area. It’s so nice you got to go back and see such wonderful progress. I was fascinated with is prairie dogs. 😀 😀

      1. America On Coffee

        You are welcome Kirt. Art is a beholder/embodiment of so much cultural and historic information that can be seriously analyzed. I love your work. I love art. Cheers!! Have a good week!!

  2. Teagan R. Geneviene

    Marvelous, Kirt! Lately my appreciation for abstract art has been growing a lot. I love the texture in these. The Mountain one makes me think of the “Sleeping Lady” formation in the Sacramento Mountains. Various views of it can be seen from parts of my town.
    Hugs on the wing.

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    1. Kirt D Tisdale Post author

      Thanks for stopping by!! I love the look of mountain ranges and used that as my inspiration. I like that it has some characteristics of your local range!! Have a great week!!

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  3. Diane Henders

    I like the bold shapes and colours! But my brain just won’t let an abstract be an abstract: The first one is a knight’s helmet complete with feathery plume; the second one is someone reclining on a very uncomfortable mattress (been there, done that); and the third is a rolled-up polyethylene tarp. I think I need art appreciation classes… 🙂

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