Since the early 1900s artists have experimented with color, shape, and gesture to create abstracted views of reality. Non-representational artwork liberates artists to explore their imagination in an entirely new way. Through abstraction, art can extend outside of the boundaries of recognizable time and place. Artists Sandi Neiman Lovitz and Autumn C. Wright utilize gesture, shape, pattern, and spontaneity to create the abstract compositions featured in Unpredictable Nature.
Learn more here!