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Abstract painting is understood to mean a non representational way of art. Furthermore, known as a “non figurative art” or “non objective art” as described since the early 20th centuries. However, abstract art expressions have been around as early as people could draw on dirt, including Western, Islamic, and Asian cultures. Some of the American Abstract expressionists in a purely abstract art include Barnett Newman, Mark Rothko, and Willem de Kooning to name just a few. Abstract art is a distinct form of pattern making in designing an object in a thoughtful contemplation process; one which becomes within its own right. In today’s world, we have gained other forms of abstract art contributions such as Constructivism (1915) and De stijl (1917) and the latest Op art (1962) and Minimalism (1965). 


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Celesty 

Celesty is a native of Puerto Rico whose love of art and painting began in early childhood. Her works of art are a designer’s choice ideal for any sophisticated residential or commercial establishment. During her early years, her inspiration came from her love of nature and the richness and diversity of native art. As she evolved as a painter, she gained an appreciation and interest for abstract art and studied the style and technique of leading abstract painters. Her contemporary style of painting is elegant and passionate with the use of expressive and bold colors. She draws inspiration from her deep love of art and emotions evoked from life’s experiences. Celesty lives in Sedona, Arizona and San Juan, Puerto Rico with her family and shares her love of art with her daughter’s Emily and Grace.
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