Nothing is more difficult to understand, convincing, than an Abstract painting. There’s something about these paintings that really catches the viewer in.
It is a well-known fact that certain works of art may be highly favored by one and the same work criticized by some others. Some might know that and it might surprise those who don’t know that some of the best abstract artists showing up over the last few times have been kids. Some of the paintings by these “young painters” have earned them thousands of dollars.
Now isn’t it a matter of surprise that these paintings, made by children, get that kind of money? Of course it is. The reason why people spend so much money on these paintings is that they are missing in these pieces. Actually trapped in the face of something called the world of art. This has determined the need to explore what is missing in modern art.
The biggest problem with modern art is that the dialogue or conversation between the painter and the buyer is lost. There should be no doubt in the greatness of abstract art but the discussion should be between the person who has painted his thoughts and someone who is trying to find meaning in the painting.
You cannot discuss the value of abstract art painting.
No one can say for sure whether the painting is worth a thousand dollars or not. If there is something that adds value to abstract art, it’s just how buyers value it. There are several pre-replies in abstract art. It should never be something without intention.
Not knowing abstract art, you may only feel it sprinkling with harsh color when viewing a painting for the first time. It happens every now and then even if you are a good art appreciator. This is where proper communication between the artist and the audience is essential. It must also be true for yourself.
Now how to interpret abstract painting has a double significance; one from an academic perspective and the other from a popularity point of view. While the former has criteria for determining how the color has been used and the subsequent impact of the color. It also involves determining the clear planes and their symmetry.
For an art enthusiast or lover, it has simple criteria for how it keeps him busy.
A spectator is delighted to find as many planes as possible on his own. The more planes found, the better the paintings. It makes it easier for everyone to remember the guidelines set for finding the value of abstract paintings.
This is better explained by Pablo Picasso who once said, “Everyone wants to understand art. Why not try to understand bird song? … people trying to explain images usually bark at the wrong tree.” It is a fact that no art can be perfectly described. Imagine that you are listening to a melancholy song. Are you trying to follow each verse? People let music and words handle it. This is what abstract art must approach. Just let it handle you.