By the sea shore

Indian Art E36, F37, F38, F40, F51, F52, F56

Malevich - who called his visually simple but theoretically dense approach "Suprematism"- declared that his intention was to use geometry to convey "the primacy of pure feeling in creative art," and through it he created totemic works of strange, atavistic power. 

My painting is based on Suprematism 'By the sea shore' is the basic expression, movement and emotion on a leisure day on the beach. A designed composition with shapes that often seem to dance on the space, using precise balances of shapes and colors to tell spatial stories - for instance, suggesting that a static shape is actually in the process.

Art Style:
  • Conceptual art
  • Abstract
  • Water colours
Size and orientation:
  • Small
Colour:
  • Blue
  • Red
  • Yellow
Keywords:
  • art
  • conceptual
  • sea
  • shapes
  • shore
  • space
  • suprematism
  • watercolours
Price:
  • $10 - $500
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