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A Story In Shapes

Stockholm by Kevin Brewerton $2,175

Soft gentle curves and sharp jagged edges – they can all have different meanings and affect individuals in complex ways. Many artists like to use shapes to convey certain feelings through this kind of visual thinking.

composition with red semi circle by Liam Hennessy SOLD

“I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn’t say any other way – things I had no words for.” – Georgia O’Keeffe

Riveras #4 by Jeffrey Davies $1,360

When we typically think of shapes, we think of them geometrically. Circles, squares, triangles – the common ones. But what about the organic ones? The abstract shapes? They can all spark interest in the audience and work together to reinforce a theme.

Golden Tears by Bill Russell $195

Circles, for example, represent the “eternal whole.” There is no beginning or end, and they can bring a sense of love to a room. They exemplify solid protection.

Shapes No. 1 by Greg Beebe $390

Spirals count as shapes too, and they bring to life a whole new world of creativity. They can be viewed as representing flexibility and change.

Silent Eyelid by Charles E. Hellwig $13,950

Many artists tell a story. The next time you cannot find the meaning, ask yourself: Is it in the shapes?

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