Free eBook on How to Abstract Paint with Any Medium

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Download your free eBook on How to Paint Abstract Art

Sometimes it really feels that the power of art is just beyond words, which is incredibly frustrating for a person like me, who loves to write about and discuss art. I think this is because, boiled down to its essentials, painting and drawing are abstract endeavors. No matter the level of representation you employ in your paintings or drawings, there is something that is decidedly not representational in the work produced. That power—the power of abstraction—is what pushed us to create our latest free eBook on abstract art ideas.

In Abstract Painting Techniques: Learn How to Abstract Paint with Any Medium you will discover abstract art tutorials and exercises, as well as strategies for how to shake up your work rhythms to get the most out of every studio session, and tips on how to paint abstract work that feels like a natural extension of your creativity. There are chapters on how to merge abstraction with representation, plus learning new ways of seeing abstractly as inspiration for your next work.

Download your copy of Abstract Painting Techniques: Learn How to Abstract Paint with Any Medium and enjoy the exploration of abstract art.

Courtney

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About Courtney Jordan

  Courtney is the editor of Artist Daily. For her, art is one of life’s essentials and a career mainstay. She’s pursued academic studies of the Old Masters of Spain and Italy as well as museum curatorial experience, writing and reporting on arts and culture as a magazine staffer, and acquiring and editing architecture and cultural history books. She hopes to recommit herself to more studio time, too, working in mixed media.   

3 thoughts on “Free eBook on How to Abstract Paint with Any Medium

  1. Courtney,

    This is another sterling blog. But about a George Carlin twist to the headline?

    I enjoy abstract painting—however at times I wish I could abstract paint from some abstract paintings. Technically this would be abstract abstraction. Like just about everything else, this could be developed into a science. We could then learn abstract abstraction in the abstract.

    Wishing you my non-objective best,
    Paul

  2. This is a nice post as paul said ” I enjoy abstract painting—however at times I wish I could abstract paint from some abstract paintings. Technically this would be abstract abstraction.”i also like abstract painting.

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