Based on the definition of Abstract art on the Tate website, it is a form of art that does not attempt to represent an accurate depiction of a visual reality but instead uses shapes, colors, forms, and gestural marks to achieve its effect.

Artist Ms. Juliana Do is featured in the September issue, who bases in Vienna, Austria. She is a fine art painter and contemporary artist. Her works mainly associate with abstract art and she aims to explore color in its infinity as she mentioned on her Instagram page, juliana__do.

A random artwork is cited from the artist’s Instagram page.

Her abstract art is neat and mainly oil-based painting, which involves many colors and plays with a mixture of colors and patterns, as the image is shown above. It is inspiring and creative. The works are simply interesting to gaze on yet it offers you a room of imagination. They contain a good amount of texture. Also, most of her works are detailed which requires a professional level of skills. I believe as meditation is on-trend in the contemporary world, abstract art functions to inspire and use of meditation purpose while we are gazing on it.

Thank you for reading. Please share your thoughts about contemporary abstract art in the comment section below.

2 thoughts on “Artist of September: Juliana Do”

  1. Long time reader, first time commenter — so, thought I’d drop a comment..
    — and at the same time ask for a favor.

    Your wordpress site is very simplistic – hope you don’t mind me asking what theme you’re using?
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    I just launched my small businesses site –also built
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    Keep up the good work– and take care of yourself during the
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    ~Justin

    1. Hey Justin. Thanks for visiting my website and your comment. I am currently using one of the templates provided by WordPress, which is called Theme Freesia, I just adjusted it a little bit. Thanks for your encouragement! And you too, follow the advice, take care of yourself during the coronavirus outbreak!

      Your website layout is quite neat and nice. I like your business concept. For feedback, putting up many quality pictures could be one of the reasons slowing down the website. You can try saving your images in a slightly lower quality format and upload them back again. I hope you do well in your business.

      Come back and support my website for more artistic content if you are interested.
      Angela

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