Abstract art is often perplexing, at times illogical, and almost always undefinable. In truth, abstract art is limitless. The artist’s use of shape, color, and form in a non-realistic representational manner, creates a visual experience that is unique unto that work, allowing for endless interpretations to unfold. Every viewer that gazes upon a work of abstract art experiences it in their own unique way.
These nine works from the permanent collection explore the many facets of abstract art. From the impression of recognizable forms to indefinite collections of shapes and colors, these works highlight the many ways in which artists express their ideas through abstraction.
Image Caption: Jon Taner, Act 1, 1982, Acrylic and collage on canvas