Abstract expressionism is free painting, full of emotions and expression. Internal emotions and experiences are the basis. I always start painting with a general idea of what I would like to convey. Then I wonder how to achieve it in terms of colors and compositions. In abstract expressionism this is most important. This way, this painting process for me is more of an experimental conversation than a planned process. Each subsequent gesture, each layer of paint is a reaction to the previous layer. Every new detail, a new element on the canvas is part of the dialogue between me and the painting. It’s fascinating – I’ve noticed that the most interesting inspirations come from conversations I have with myself. Above all, however, I try to convey the art of a well-lived life in my works!
Abstract expressionism in my performance has its limitations. I use planned forms, described in the closed catalog. At first glance, they look very spontaneous. They are carefully studied and practiced. Each gesture is preceded by reflection, consideration of how it will affect the whole picture, how it will present the planned idea.
Abstract expressionism in Ana Ksamit art
Thanks to this, my painting style is individual. He can be recognized by his gestures, the way of building expression, form and composition. If you see more than a dozen of my paintings, you will discover more. Because my abstract expressionism is a journey, it is a deliberate and planned action. In which work I cheat, discover and get to know myself.
My abstract painting has a lot to do with music. Just like music, through its abstract and undefined form it presents more than just colors, signs and texture. It introduces me and allows me to communicate from a distance with others who are just viewing my paintings. This is my goal, that’s why I am painting.