Driven to Abstraction
We’ve all seen it. That art that is just a black square or what looks like a random mishmash of paint. However, abstract art doesn't aim to represent reality, but rather uses colors, shapes and forms to evoke a feeling or express an idea. Although the thought behind an abstract piece may not be clear, it opens the door for your own interpretation and debate. LivingPlug offers a gallery of abstract faceplates from the Artist Collection that you can interpret any way you want.
"Suprematism with Blue Triangle and Black Square" By Kazimir Malevich