2D abstract vs 3D abstract in art.?
[2008-01-03 20:44:40]

Q: What are your opinions about how the public in general, and many artists, have difficulties discerning between what is artistic in abstract paintings and artistic in abstract sculpture? Why do 2D and 3D differ?

A: If you're talking about 3d in abstract paintings the closest would be those pictures your have to look at cross-eyed.
I think that's where public may get confused. A 3D sculpture on the other hand is obviously 3D to everyone.

Buy Cheap 3D Abstract Art

Drawing & Illustration »

abstract art software help?
[2009-02-16 19:19:05]
positively shagadellic

im one of those people that are crazy about abstract art and like making my own but i cant find good softwarethat will let me make 3d abstract art anyone know about good software that could help me?

3D Abstract Art - News
Artist Spotlight: Sculptor Lisa Patusky
They list “another artist that does both 2D and 3D work whose name is Louise Bourgeois. It can be abstract in a way — it is about the formal quality more than it is about an goal, so the object becomes the combination of those formal elements.”.

The art of the thesis
At this every now of year, the word “thesis” conjures images of hardcovers and bound pages, not films and art exhibitions. The latter set forth the work of Barsukova's exhibition, titled “Cause Y Knot,” showcases a number of art and sculpture, made

Student Art Show Held At CSI
All forms of art from be unbelievable painting, sculptures, 3D, abstract to photography are represented. The show opened Tuesday and will continue until May 10th. Like all art gallery showings at the Herrett Center, it is free to the public and is only available and more »

Futuristic 3D Printer At East Stroudsburg University
ingenious juices to the test in a new 3D printing and design lab. “We've made things that are very practical, from cell phone cases, to necklaces, to even things that are more abstract like sculptures, to creatures,” said superior Art and design major

Artist Turns Your Brainwaves Into 3D-Printed Sculptures
I'm sitting in artist Ion Popian's detrain-filled Long Island City, N.Y., studio, with a NeuroSky electroencephalogram (EEG) sensor pressing against my mosque and forehead. I watch a TV screen, where abstract shapes ripple and mutate in crisp 4K resolution.