Contemporary Artwork

Contemporary Artwork

Contemporary art is known as the art of the current era or the art that has been recently created. In short, the artwork contributed by artists in the current era is known as contemporary art. This kind of art began to take place from mid 1960 onwards. All the artwork previous to 1960 is known as Modern art which began from 1880 onwards until the 1960s. Paul Cezanne, Vincent Van Gogh was known to be the fathers of modern art.

There are some elements to be considered while creating contemporary art such as the techniques and the technology that is adopted, the medium and the concept that is chosen. Let us take an example – Contemporary artist might include using only a single brush stroke with this platform and hence a painting can be even be completed within a period of few couple of minutes. Because of the speed in which such an artwork is completed using just a single stroke brush, such techniques are gaining popularity these days.

These days there are different kinds of software that provides contemporary artwork with more vigor and power such as software that are able to create 2D or 3D effects.

Stephan Kasner, born in the year 1970 is a professional and the world famous creator of contemporary art. He has exhibited his paintings all across the globe. His paintings operate between the worlds of flesh and spirit. His work creates curiosity, sense of absence and provides psychological and emotional landscapes. Most of the professional artists in the field of contemporary have gained enough success within a short span of time. There are many live exhibitions by leading artists where art lovers can even get a chance to go ahead and purchase the artwork of their choice by paying a royalty which can then be displayed at their homes or offices as a masterpiece.

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