Annette Price Art


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335 Daily Abstracts. A daily dab of chromatic chaos.

335 Daily Abstracts. A daily dab of chromatic chaos.

335 Daily Abstracts. A daily dab of chromatic chaos.

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335 Daily Abstracts

Why paint Daily Abstracts?

On this day last year, I challenged myself to create one hundred abstract paintings in 100 days. On January 1st 2022, I began posting these abstract adventures to a blog called The Daily Abstract. And I haven’t stopped.

It has been a great discipline that has kept me painting throughout the year, a constant opportunity to explore different artistic techniques, and materials, to experiment with new ideas and themes.

What Materials are used?

Most of the paintings have been painted on either wood or watercolour paper using acrylic paints and different mixed-media from pens, pastels, inks and watercolour paints to less conventional materials such as plaster of Paris, fern leaves and other found objects.

What’s my Daily Inspiration?

These paintings are a daily dab of colourful escapism and chromatic chaos. My paintbrushes and pallet knives, often dance to a musical beat and I love listening to the Red Hot Chili Peppers while painting. Memories and photos of wild places inspire my paintings, in particular; water. Other paintings reflect a mood or a reaction to something I’ve heard or seen on the news. But many are simply abstract brushstrokes of joy.

How many paintings have been created so far?

Well, since January 1st, I have now posted 335 Daily Abstract paintings….

Check out The Daily Abstract blog to see the development of different ideas, styles and techniques over the past 11 months. The Daily Abstract.

Or follow me on Facebook as I post daily abstracts there too.

Here are a selection of abstract paintings from The Daily Abstract

More recently I have been adding digital abstract paintings too


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Check out The Daily Abstract

During 2022 I posted an abstract painting every day to The Daily Abstract blog.

These little paintings were an excellent opportunity to play with different techniques, styles, materials and colours and to explore and plan compositions for larger work.

After one year and 365 daily paintings, this project is complete.

I hope you enjoy looking through the paintings in The Daily Abstract.

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