Linear Compositions

I find, as so many people do, art museums to be a bountiful source of design inspiration. Lately I’ve been drawn to the playful lines and shapes created by early twentieth century Abstract Expressionist artists such as Paul Klee, Joan Miro, and Picasso.

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I’m drawn to the way a simple line can depict a complete form such as a bird person or owl, or imply an action, emotion, even gravitational tension.

Here are some examples of my work which has been influenced by by these artists.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Most of the pieces shown in this post are still available in my online shop, MyPinkPlanet.etsy.com be sure to check it out!

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