Seascapes – abstract interpretation of the landscape

An abstract interpretation of a seascapes can be extremely interesting! This can be seen as a combination of fluid, dynamic forms that represent wave movement and sea currents. Colors can reflect a wide range of moods and atmospheres in a coastal landscape – from calm shades of blue and green in warm sunlight to intense shades of gray and black during a storm.

You can see abstract shapes that suggest water whirlpools, raging waves or even the outlines of distant coastlines. Lines can be dynamic and energetic, reminding us of the endless movement of the ocean. The whole can also be dominated by a certain duality – such as the contrast between calm and strength represented by abstract forms and colors.
There are tons of ways to interpret abstract seascapes, and each artist can give them their own unique expression. It’s a great place to experiment with different techniques and means of expression!

A unique painting technique

Structural painting is a fascinating technique that uses a variety of materials to create three-dimensional effects on canvas or other painting surfaces. This technique allows artists to create works that not only attract attention visually, but also encourage touching, discovering textures and exploring surfaces.
In structural painting, artists can use a variety of materials such as gel, plaster, sand, paper, fabric or even pieces of wood to create interesting textures and depth. These materials are often applied to the canvas using a brush, palette knife or other painting tools.
The effects of structural painting can be very diverse – from delicate, subtle textures to clear, dynamic reliefs. An artist can experiment with different material application techniques, layers and tools to achieve the desired effects in his works.
Landscape painting
One of the advantages of structural painting is that it allows artists to create works that not only appeal to the sense of sight, but also to touch, which adds a new dimension to the viewer’s experience. This technique can be used in both abstract and specific images, which gives great scope for creativity and experimentation.