Abrishami | Hessam Abrishami Iranian Artist

Abrishami Hessam

Tulip Dance Painting by Abrishami $2750 at Emerys Fine Art.
Hessam’s site…..The French press has called Hessam’s artwork “A statement in the fluidity of human figures…with tension between each figure, a kinship that provokes the viewer to seek reasons for such a relationship.”

Earth tones breaking into abstraction. I am striken by color and the relationship between colors placed together. One is immediately attracted or repelled by art simply because of the interaction of color and the individuality of its perception. Abrishami’s colors are bold and awakening. When the artists strike with color it awakens the mind and makes it receptive to meaning.
I am also intrigued by the motion and flow of the figures. The sweeping curved strokes envoke dance. Well Done!

Abrishami Art For Sale

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Art by Beth Boudreaux | Abstract Volkswagen and Abstract Guitar Paintings

Abstract Volkswagen and Abstract Guitar Paintings like Abstract Objects Art in paintings lies in the background of art. Abstract objects often are animals. Objects that have personal meanings always have been subjects for artists. The modern abstract artists use color to represent recognizable forms. Beth Boudreaux paints objects in an abstract way that have emotional appeal.
Abstract Objects Art
Abstract Guitar Painting

Abstract Volkswagen Painting by Beth Boudreaux

Abstract Guitar Painting

Short Interview with Beth Boudreaux

When did you start painting and why?

I’ve always sketched as a kid and then ten years ago I picked up a paint brush because I wanted to paint..and I dabbled in it but never really painted until a year ago. I was going through a rough time and it was my escape from reality. I found my niche in abstract and mixed media.

Your colors are bold. Is that your personality?.How do you choose color?

I guess you could say so. I’m pretty blunt

How do you choose your subjects? Is it hard to find a “motif” like Abstract Objects Art?

I have tons of ideas written down and I just choose one off of my list and dive in. But sometimes I don’t know until I start painting. I don’t plan it.

You paint guitars. When done in an abstract way, they have a musical feel. Is music important in your art ?

I like the curves to a guitar… Which is why I do them so much. I play the violin and grew up in a musical family so yes it’s a huge part of who I am.

You sell real estate. Do you think that gives you an advantage?  Do you paint to sell or do you paint to express or both?

No I don’t think selling RE gives me advantage in selling art at all.. I paint for me and it just so happened people wanted it. I wasn’t even trying to sell
Beth Boudreaux


Beth Boudreaux is a Realtor turned artist from Murfreesboro, Tennessee. We are proud to welcome her as an Artvilla Artist. As with all of our Artvilla Artists, we represent and promote their work.

You can  also contact Beth through her Face Book Page
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Vermeer Watercolor With Abstract Hair and No Intent

Vermeer watercolor

Vermeer watercolor
By David Michael Jackson Modern Art Paintings and Images
Jake: Why did you name it that?
Jackson: It needed a name, they always do.
Jake: Isn’t “No Intent” an intent?
Jackson: I suppose but true lack of intent would be an invisible painting so I’m a liar. We’ve gotten somewhere here.
Jake: The painting resembles that painting by Vermeer, why?
Jackson: She’s the perfect motif, like the Mona Lisa. Motif. That’s what the artist really searches for, the perfect motif.
Jake: How and why did you paint this? Can it have meaning without intent?
Jackson: The flower’s only intent is to create another flower. It is beautiful but that is not the intent. So beauty and intent can exist without each other.
Jake: …and the circumstances?
Jackson: Years ago I was doing a study of the Vermeer girl….she’s beauty itself. I did okay on part of it and screwed up part of it. Water color in unforgiving so the painting sat in a pile for ten years…..One day I smeared some paint on my finger and covered up the bad parts. Without intent it has meaning.
Jake: And that is?
Jackson: “You go for perfection, beauty, and cover up your mistakes as best you can” What other meaning is there in life? Beauty is truth, truth, beauty, Keats Beauty is the ultimate intent, and pathos and the need for love. My statement of no intent is meant to provoke as is much of my art
Jake: Thanks for the interview. Oh one other question. Why do you call your website Modern Art Paintings and Images?
Jackson: I’m one of the earliest internet artists. I know that no one is asking for an unknown artist. “We don’t have the gold going UP the hill.”…Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. I’m the keyword poet, artist and musician. They don’t ask for me. They ask for “Make up your mind poem” or “modern art images”. Maybe they’ll find me for “Vermeer Watercolor”. He never painted one but that’s the internet and people find me. My name doesn’t matter. The art, music and poems do. I’m the ultimate internet virus of art but I’m seen read and heard. Come to think of it Anon has always put out some good stuff!