Summer’s here – so why not celebrate it with a fresh burst of colour through abstract artwork?! Abstract artist Catherine Christie is keen to bring pops of cheery colour into your life through her artworks. Let’s see how she uses bright shades and dancing shapes in abstract artwork to celebrate the summer season!
Abstract art is open to interpretation…that’s one of the reasons we are drawn to the paintings of abstract artist Catherine Christie. When viewing them, one doesn’t feel pressured to know what technique was used, what the artists was thinking or what the meaning is behind abstract art. One can simply appreciate the playful beauty in the colours, shapes and form. Abstract art isn’t only for the connoisseurs, but also accommodates the curious person who wants to experience art fearlessly. The…
Abstract artist Catherine Christie left the art world behind only to find that her true calling is indeed curator of abstract art. She got back on the horse and reopened her art gallery – news that was received by the art world with open arms. During her time away, this Catherine Christie did delve into her very own expressions through abstract art, finding she could pursue both callings at the same time. Her hiatus gave way to the Full Circle series of artworks.
If you’re looking to invest in abstract art, look no further because abstract artist Catherine Christie has a wealth of artworks for you to choose. Her body of paintings includes an eclectic mix of moods communicated through colours and shapes on canvas. Interpreting them simply requires a reading into the titles and good long look. Here are some of the artworks that stood out for us. They also happen to be available for sale to those looking to invest in abstract art.
* Don’t Miss Catherine Christie’s Solo Exhibition at the Sibisi Gallery in Johannesburg * Catherine Christie Now Exhibiting at the Sibisi Art Gallery. Abstract Artist, Catherine Christie is truly a pioneer of abstract art here in South Africa. Her unique style, despite no formal training, has been internationally recognised and even has the accolade of being a permanent exhibit in the New York Art Times editor’s Art Gallery in New York.