Fine Art Paintings And What They Involve
The paintings that are produced by the artists to some people do not make sense, but to the ones that understand it is a way of relaying a message or an expression of someone or something.
The paintings are the ones that capture the viewer's eye and once that the viewer is able to look and understand its meaning as long as they are true artistic fans.
The common instruments used in fine art include brushes, ink, pens, charcoal, crayons and chalk. These are the essentials that are needed for painting and without them it cannot be possible to paint well or produce the type of fine art that is needed.
This form of art is said to be a form that has been produced in the present period in time. This kind of art involves a very strict and basic idea of art different from the ordinary traditional methods hence the name "contemporary" the art done through this form has to be from a specific idea and so there is nothing general about it.
The difference is that contemporary deals with visual art in its presentation as text as compared with the traditional art which involves freedom of expression and which does not entail a lot of ideas or thinking too much plus no text is required.
Abstract art allows more freedom of expression. It is art that can incorporate geometric shapes, bright colors and lines. Basically you are free to do what you want with your painting and you can choose to include colors or not and you can choose to be representational or not or just free. All these can be done but as long as you maintain a balance and you can be able to attract the viewer's attention. Abstract art is the most free form of fine art and as long as you can get an artist who can produce quality work with it and not just anyone then the artist is bound to get rave and positive reviews.
Figurative abstraction and fine art
This kind of "fine art paintings" involves a tactic understanding of abstracted shapes. It is totally opposite of the abstracted art because it involves figures that provide a clear understanding of what the exact image is about. That is the difference with the abstract art.
This kind of fine art paintings involves both abstract art and figurative art. They express fine art in those two forms and they are both intertwined together. They use the different figures and they use the several geometric shapes as well.
"Fine art paintings" with their different forms are great ways to express how someone feels. They are essential because through art you are able to find that inner part of you that may be hidden for so long, it helps you express in more ways how you truly see or feel and it also helps you to have an open mind with the different images you may want to paint.
This is a guest article by artist Kenth Bender. http://www.fine-art-bender.com.