Abstract Ink Paintings(28 items)
Welcome to the Abstract Ink Painting Gallery at NOVICA.
"In my studio I work according to the dictates of my mind, even if it looks odd. I'm always ready to make a mistake knowing full well that is nothing but a light in the darkness of ignorance."
"I was born on October 1st, 1960 in the Osun State of western Nigeria. I... read more
Popular Abstract Ink Paintings
Signed Abstract Surrealist Print from Mexico, "Vibration"$89.99
Combining surrealism and abstraction, Mexican artists Francisco, Patricia and Gilberto create this stunning image of a woman. Her form seems to echo in waves as a geometric spiral forms itself within her chest. Working in the tradition of printmaking, the artists first etch the image into a metal sheet before applying it to paper with ink. Part of a limited edition, this print arrives within a paper mat. in Spanish.
'The Dreamer, "The Dreamer Moon Woman"$114.99
Crescents play about a woman's face, caressing her cheeks and forming her features. She closes her eyes, while ruby lips bring vibrant color to an abstract portrait. "I always depict women with their eyes closed," Jacira Baptista says of this elegant pen and ink design. "The moon represents a dreamy woman, the liberty of a dream come to life, exhibiting life in each phase of its cycle." Titled "A Sonhadora - Mulher Lua" in Portuguese.
Part of a limited edition.
Signed Expressionist Painting of a Walking Figure from Ghana, "Organize Sound II"$247.99
By Ghanaian artist Joseph Kobina Prah, a lone abstract figure plays wonderful rhythms. The artist works in an expressionist style, depicting this curious character with an elongated form, its drum stretched likewise.
Heart in Hand Mexican Mystical Realism Signed Painting, "Ferniji"$419.99
A heart beats at the center of the right hand palm that is masterfully delineated with myriad letters colliding into an Fernando Niragob uses it as a mantra for self-healing and cleansing featuring the words (Forgive me), (Thank you) and (I love you). The Mexican artist signs his name on the right side of the wrist, and writes "Ferniji" on the left. "It is a pseudonym that includes my artistic name plus the suffix which I took from the Japanese language and it denotes a sign of respect or venerability," explains the talented Niragob, who tends to create original titles for his original compositions. "With this painting I'm paying homage to everyone's heart and the self-realization of one's own existence in equilibrium and peace, the yin-yang."