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The Power of Line

Line in Art

One of the main elements in the work of art, along with form, texture, colour and pattern is line. Line in art can describe distance, emotions, indicate form, movement or rhythm, can define edges, suggest shape and moving in space. Abstract artists have used power of line to inspire emotional response.

For Daniel Göttin line is concrete, he creates constructed-constructive paintings with it. Debra Ramsay lines interacts with nature and elements of the natural environment, Jessica Snow are playing between order and chaos, logic and emotion, while Brent Hallard interacts with the themes of space and geometry. Whatever visual language of line is it’s defining abstract art reality.

Pierre Auville – Deep Horizon. Oil painting over pigmented cement on 2 foam panels with wood rail. 89 x 100 x 8 cm. Free worldwide delivery on ideelart.com

 

Holly Miller – Bulge 14. 35.6 x 35.6 cm. Free worldwide delivery on ideelart.com

 

Brent Hallard – Lavender Strike II. Acrylic on honeycomb aluminum . 61 x 61 cm. Free worldwide delivery on ideelart.com

Debra Ramsay – The Effects of a fold on a pink line. Staedtler pencil on vellum. 25.4 x 25.4 cm. Free worldwide delivery on ideelart.com

 

Ellen Priest – Jazz Cubano #9 Front study. Gouache on paper. 106.68 x 106.68 cm. Free worldwide delivery on ideelart.com

 

Audrey Stone – Full Flush. Flashe and acrylic on linen  . 43.2 x 43.2 cm. Free worldwide delivery on ideelart.com

 

Audrey Barcio – Untitled #8. Acrylic, flash and mica on canvas. 152.4 x 127 x 3.81 cm. Free worldwide delivery on ideelart.com

 

Tilman – Untitled (257.11). Crayon on vellum. 65 x 50 cm. Free worldwide delivery on ideelart.com

 

Kim Uchiyama – Tempo. Watercolour on Arches paper. 40.6 x 30.5 cm. Free worldwide delivery on ideelart.com

 

Mel Prest – Pretend It’s Yesterday. Acrylic on panel. 35.6 x 27.9 x 5 cm. Free worldwide delivery on ideelart.com

 

Laura Newman – Diagram. Ink and acrylic on arches watercolor paper. 76.2 x 55.9 cm. Free worldwide delivery on ideelart.com

 

Kyong Lee – Lines_Presently perpetual. Pencil and acrylic on Canson-Montval paper. 55 x 75 cm. Free worldwide delivery on ideelart.com

 

Clay Johnson – Still Life with Watermelon. Acrylic on aluminum panel. 121.92 x 152.4 cm. Free worldwide delivery on ideelart.com

 

Pierre Muckensturm – 18R200313. Engraving carborundum. Printing on BFK Rives paper 250g. 80 x 115 cm. Free worldwide delivery on ideelart.com

 

Richard Caldicott – Untitled (15), 2013. C print. 50.8 x 61 cm. Free worldwide delivery on ideelart.com

 

Daniel Göttin – Untitled 1 2001. Adhesive tape, acrylic, lacquer, cardboard, on MDF. 40 x 50 x 2.3 cm. Free worldwide delivery on ideelart.com

 

Gudrun Mertes-Frady – Graphite Over Red. Oil and metallic pigments on canvas. 91.4 x 121.9 cm. Free worldwide delivery on ideelart.com

 

Matthew Langley – Sirens. Acrylic on canvas. 101.6 x 152.4 cm. Free worldwide delivery on ideelart.com

 

Jessica Snow – Long Color Stack 1. Acrylic on paper. 31.8 x 76.2 cm. Free worldwide delivery on ideelart.com

 

Claude Tétot – Untitled 10. Oil and acrylic on paper. 70 x 100 cm. Free worldwide delivery on ideelart.com

 

Paul Snell – Chromophilia # 201701. Chromogenic Print Face-mounted 4.5mm Plexiglas. 75 x 275 cm. Free worldwide delivery on ideelart.com

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