Dynamic Composition

 
Hanging Garden

Aurora

Free Fall

Inca

A Role for the Gods

In the Clear


What Comes Through

Abstract art continues to have a contemplative effect on me.  These dynamic compositions are no exception.  The depth of colour mixed with muted hues are filled with life and movement, and the moment the artist is trying to capture. 

John DiPaolo was born in New York in 1946. He earned a B.F.A. from San Francisco Art
Institute in 1974 followed by a M.A. in 1977 from San Francisco State University. Along with numerous private and corporate collections, DiPaolo’s work is also in the permanent collection of the San Jose Museum of Art where he is currently showing “Big Abstract,” 2002, a 12’ x 10’ painting that is the centerpiece of an exhibition entitled “Juicy Paint.”  This will be DiPaolo’s sixth solo show at the Dolby Chadwick Gallery.

Image Credit and Biography from Dolby Chadwick Gallery, San Francisco

6 comments:

  1. This is the best abstract art I, personally, have laid eyes on!

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  2. Oh these are just beautiful - you have such a good eye!

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  3. Like your blog..its so nice. These are so beautiful I am really drawn to the colors..very rich.

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  4. These are just gorgeous- thanks for sharing Vie.

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  5. Fabulous post! A contemplative effect is brilliant and sums it up!
    Beautiful post yesterday as well!
    Love your blog and the topics you cover!
    Have a great day!
    Jamie Herzlinger
    Xoxo

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  6. I too, am keen on abstract art. They add a lot of character to very traditional rooms or spaces lacking color. Nice highlight!

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