Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Leaving an Audience Breathless - Abstract, Contemporary Artwork

I love art but I'm really, really picky when it comes to abstract art. It's not that I don't like the style, it's more like I think that some people can get a little carried away with the concept.

That said? I found an abstract artist the other day that I just have to share with you because the moment I stepped into their shop, I had my breath literally stolen away with the beauty within.

The artist is Frances Seward.

She is an emerging artist from the U.K. and currently living in New Mexico that specializes in abstract, contemporary landscape photography paintings that are truly remarkable.

As with most art, it's nearly always far more impressive in person than in print an I just can't imagine how entrancing and hypnotizing Seward's work must be in person because the pieces in her shop really catch the eye even over the computer screen.

There are copious amounts of information on Frances Seward and her artwork both in her shop profile as well as on her personal website, and I'm not going to reprint any of it here.

Instead, I'm going to encourage each and every reader to go and visit her gallery on Etsy and see these beautiful, breathtaking works for yourselves. They are truly inspiring, absolutely emotive and, in my opinion, they are the true definition of what abstract art should aspire to be.

So stop by, take a look around and be sure to click on her Profile so you can find out a bit more about not just the beautiful pieces Frances Seward has to offer, but about the artist herself as well.

YOU CAN CLICK ON THE PICTURES ABOVE TO VISIT FRANCES SEWARD'S SHOP ON ETSY AND TAKE A LOOK AROUND OR, IF YOU PREFER, CLICK RIGHT HERE.

3 comments:

Yolanda Nussdorfer said...

beautiful!

Clockwork Lemon said...

I love this post!! I'm very picky about abstract art as well but I love art from the here and now.. so thanks for the link to a great contemporary artist

Frances Photography said...

Thank you so much for the compliments! Best Wishes Frances

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