Abstract landscapes – COINCIDENCES
All abstract landscapes are a record of emotions, a presentation of a unique view of the world around us. Jan Astner is a landscape painter. In his paintings, he uses sand to emphasize the relationship between his art and nature, landscape.
In terms of meaning, abstract painting can cover anything. Both emotions and social considerations, philosophical concepts, and cultural problems. These may be topics of interest to the author, topics which he usually does not talk about directly. Abstract landscapes are a record of emotions, experiences and thoughts. Each viewer of the picture can enter through the artwork his individual world.
Astner’s painting is very distinctive. Someone who watched his paintings earlier will always recognize the later ones without any problem. And this happens no matter what series the recipient is viewing. They differ in assumptions, each series has its distinguishing features – but it is always the same unique style. Jan’s abstract landscapes have a unique technique of execution and a unique approach to the subject. They are synthetic, simple and unambiguous in form.
Abstract painting is often associated with completely incomprehensible color spots on the canvas. Abstract art, abstract landscape, is governed by no less specific rules than traditional landscape or portrait painting. Saro does not belong to the informel painting trend. His paintings are formally ordered, have a visible and unambiguous composition, an arrangement of strictly defined forms. With the rhythm and duplication of forms, the author refers to fields, landscapes seen from a great distance, open and full of space.