ART EDIT PRESENTS A SELECTION OF ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONIST ARTISTS AT THE TOP OF THEIR GAME.
Mornington-based artist David Calleja’s style is constantly changing. “I don’t stick to just the one style or medium. I like to challenge myself and try new ideas,” says the artist. As a result, David knows how to adapt. When working in the abstract expressionism field, he doesn’t worry about influences or inspiration – he simply puts paint to canvas, letting his music or mood organically guide him, only stopping when he feels as if the work is done. This method provides a sense of mystery and ambiguity to David’s work, allowing viewers to imbue each piece with their own meaning.
https://artedit.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Western-Sunset-III-1000x1000-copy.jpg9001600Kirsty Sier/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/Art-Edit-Magazine.pngKirsty Sier2019-08-29 11:00:072019-08-29 11:39:48Best of Abstract Expressionism: Ralph Stanton
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