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The Art of Abstracts

Abstract art is a consistently popular category in contemporary art. With so many abstract works out there to choose from, it helps to narrow down the search.

Looking for a structured, linear abstract? Whether you are seeking a repetition of pattern or a minimalist slant, these linear abstracts can provide order to a space:

Surface IV by Erin Galvez on Zatista.com

Feeling: Cultured by Christina Massey on Zatista.com

Shrine by Rebecca Crowell on Zatista.com

Introduction by Jan and Jo Moore on Zatista.com

If it is simply a burst of color that you are seeking, abstracts come in all hues. These vibrant works exude warmth and brightness wherever they are placed:

Steadfast by Elizabeth Chapman on Zatista.com

Monica #9 by Tracy Burke on Zatista.com

The Motion of Orange by Will Patlove on Zatista.com

Banana Tree by Cherry Brewer on Zatista.com

Not seeking a brilliant statement piece? If your needs lie with something more muted, monochromatic abstracts abound. These neutral palates can bring simple harmony to a space.

Untitled 3 by Melissa McGill on Zatista.com

Zipper 8 by Amber George on Zatista.com

Less IS More by Martha Braun on Zatista.com

Neutrino Red by Simon Fairless on Zatista.com

Whatever you are seeking in the original art category, Zatista’s got something for you. Go ahead – check out our on-line gallery!

Comments (2)

  1. Charu Colorado
    November 23, 2014 at 6:47 am

    I’m an artist. Do you want new artist to submit to your gallery?
    I do both 2 and 3 dimensional work. Drawings, paintings, abstracts and some realism.

  2. Charu Colorado
    November 23, 2014 at 6:51 am

    Do you want new artists to submit to your gallery?

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