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Saturday, February 27, 2010

Abstracted Landscape - Original Mixed Media Abstract Contemporary Modern Painting on Paper by Pennsylvania Daily Painter Pat Koscienski

Abstracted Landscape
20x28 UF
29x37 F
Mixed Media on Paper

Abstract Landscape was painted very intuitively using different media of inks and acrylic paint. Being an artist who likes to do a lot of landscapes greatly influenced the evolvement of a landscape in this particular painting. If interested in purchasing, contact Pat at patsfineart@hotmail.com If interested in seeing more of my paintings, visit my website at:

www.patkoscienski.com

11 comments:

AutumnLeaves said...

This is just beautiful, Pat. The colors are so very soothing and restful. And what I really like is that I can so easily see that this is a landscape, abstracted or not.

Mary Beth Brath said...

I can't say enough about your abstracts Pat. The sky is the limit...go for your dreams!

Rosemary said...

So beautiful, Pat! Glad you used a large piece of paper for this one! Mixed media paintings are fun! Woodland Brook is lovely too and I bet your husband really likes that one! Love the palette - hope you will be sitting out beside your pond soon! We are having winter in Florida this season and I'm sooo ready for it to go away!

Rosemary said...

Oops - that should have been "Woodland's Brook" - it's a wonderful painting no matter what I call it!

Pat Koscienski said...

Autumn, I can say that when I do an abstract, I really try for color, texture and composition. Hopefully, when this comes out intuitively, it comes out in a beautiful and joyous way. I don't like ugly and gray! I think that's why a lot of mine look landscapey...this is what I paint a lot of and it comes out automatically. LOL

Pat Koscienski said...

Thanks, Mary Beth, that kind of validation is what keeps me going in this direction.

Pat Koscienski said...

Hi Rosemary, Yea, that was a large piece of paper. I guess it's to help keep the painting loose and creative. I really like working on canvas, though. Less trouble framing, shipping, etc. However, with paper, you can "crop". LOL

And, that's okay about Woodland's Brook title...I can't keep them straight. What are Florida winters like? I wouldn't like the hurricanes!

Claire Beadon Carnell said...

I love the fluid feel to this painting, Pat. You have definitely given me a whole ew appreciation and understanding of abstraction with your wonderful work.

Pat Koscienski said...

Thanks, Claire. This is all a new appreciation to me, also. I never thought I would be able to allow some of this to come out on its own. Truly original, because I could never replicate some of these pieces.

L. O'Neal said...

I agree with Claire, Pat. I have a new appreciation for abstracts since I've seen your fluid transition between landscape and abstract and back to landscape again. The freedom of color and shape and spirit.

Pat Koscienski said...

Thank you, Lyn, it makes me feel good to know that someone else sees and feels some of what I do about my abstracts.