Senseless is a lyrical abstract in strong colours which gives the sense of being senseless

Senseless Abstract

It is said that abstract art does not contain recognisable objects, and is open to interpretation. Possibly so. Does it always make sense? In the normal understanding of that word, no, it can be senseless. But it is not ‘about nothing’. The form, colour, textures, patterns, etc. of the work can, of themselves, create a sense of visual satisfaction.

This work was indeed based on some elements, which were recognisable to me, but which have become abstracted, simply because those elements have been combined with other elements of formless harmony, all blended together.



100 cm x 120 cm
acrylic on canvas








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