Non-Objective Line Work

What is NON-Objective Art?

According to Miriam Webster’s Online Dictionary, Non-Objective Art as:

1:  not objective [One CAN’T use the word in its definition!]
2:  representing or intended to represent no natural or actual object, figure, or scene <nonobjective art>
— non·ob·jec·tiv·ism noun
— non·ob·jec·tiv·ist noun
— non·ob·jec·tiv·i·ty noun

Examples of NONOBJECTIVE

  1. <the real subject of his nonobjective paintings is color—and the intense emotional response it can provoke in the viewer>

First Known Use of NONOBJECTIVE: 1905

Abstract Expressionism: Link HERE to the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Site

Blouin ArtInfo talks about MoMA’s Exhibition “Inventing Abstraction” and how it fails its subject. Take a look – HERE.

Let’s MAKE some Non-Objective Art…

2 thoughts on “Non-Objective Line Work

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