Red a Central Focus in Latest Abstract Painting

Red a Central Focus in Latest Abstract Painting

Abstract art generally uses a visual language, written with colur, line and form, that does not have any reference to the outside world. Here, in most paintings, shades of red and yellow are only used, in a sort of gradient way. In previous paintings, the edges were dark shades and then slightly turning to red, then orange and towards yellow at the center. But in this painting, it’s vice-versa – dark red in the center, then towards unbleached titanium in the sides.

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