Abstract Art, Expressive Pastel Drawings

These are four works of expressive abstract art created with pastels. The color drawings are 9″ x 12″ and were created in the year 2004. Each is a tightly wound, but energetic, array of color and slight variations in texture. All are “Untitled” and are comprised of unique abstract geometric shapes.

Pastel Abstract Art Drawing

Abstract Art, Colorful Pastel Drawing

Abstraction Expressionist Pastel Art

Abstract art created with colorful pastels

72 Replies to “Abstract Art, Expressive Pastel Drawings”

  1. Thank you for your comment. These are “Untitled” pastel and charcoal drawings. Sometimes, instead of titling abstract art, a preference is given to leaving it “Untitled”, and the art is allowed to speak for itself.

  2. yet again you continue to amaze me with these fantastic works of art ๐Ÿ™‚
    i really like the colours and affect used in these

  3. could you help me with my art work please. im studing absract art and so could you tell me a few details about yourself and how you came around studying abstract art. i would like to do a final study piece like this. i am currently studying AS level Art. and i have to study an upcoming artist. please could you get back to me today thanks.

  4. Thank you for looking at the art Steph. The only information available is what is currently on the site. Good luck with your art studies.

  5. HAY!! these drawings are really good!!
    wow i want to be an artist one day… and seeing your work inluences me!! alot!!

  6. the bottom picture i chose to do in my art portfolio thing i was just wondering if you could give me some tips on how you were inspired to do this and what teqniques you used as i have to write on the peice ๐Ÿ™‚

    thankyou xxxxxxx

  7. Hi Lilly, thank you for your comment. I was primarily inspired by pastel colors, as I had previously been working with only black, white, and sepia colors. While drawing I thought about vibrant bursts of pure color with slight variations in texture. Retrospectively, they are a visual representation of the “Big Bang” of an awaking awareness of color, which has been consistently applied in a more orderly fashion in subsequent artworks. For example, in this drawing of a face or more abstract surreal paintings.

  8. So cool, I love all 4 of them, I have been wanting to be an artist since I was 5 but not anymore ๐Ÿ™ But art still really amazises me

  9. Thank you for your kind comment Michelle. My own artistic momentum comes and goes too, but likewise, I have nurtured an appreciation for art in its many forms.

  10. i love these works apart from third one sucks, arrr really bad
    i like other girls

  11. hey arrr,
    do u have a number that i can contact.
    because if u are anywhere near as beautiful as your painting i wanna meet u?

  12. The shapes remind me of satellites and clocks and something that would normally have a dead mechanical feel to it but the colors flip it completely and bring it to life. They are so electric. I love these.

  13. HEY DUDE!
    I’m doin’ a report on these paintings, could ya give me some more info like maybe the price, or i dunno just interesting stuff?! = )
    BTW- Pretty cool Painting, really like it. It reminds me of an explosion^_^

  14. Thanks Paul!
    The drawings aren’t priced. There is some more information about the artworks in the comments above; one even mentions the “explosion” of color you’re referring to. You can also check out the Biography page for an Artist Interview and other information. Good luck with your report! ๐Ÿ™‚

  15. that’s awsome
    i just wonder how you do it
    can you tell me
    that’s so awsome
    i love it
    it is cool
    really really cool

  16. Hi Anny,
    Thanks for your compliments!
    drawing is a very intuitive process
    for me it’s spontaneous
    energetic and moving
    creativity in the moment! ๐Ÿ™‚


  17. omg!!!! those paintings r AMAZING!!! im tryin 2 make a painting 4 my moms birthday cuz she likes home made stuff (i dont know y) so i was just wonderin how to paint an abstract painting as good as u do, so yea…happy painting! ๐Ÿ˜€

  18. Hi nikita,
    Thank you for your compliments! I’m glad you appreciate the artwork. Have confidence in your strengths and imagination, express yourself with the paint or medium, and good luck with your artistic pursuits! ๐Ÿ™‚


  19. Wow some of these are really cool and different. Awesome strong lines thanks for sharing.

  20. hi ,,,
    man u r awsum…luv ur artwork……n i luv abstract paintings…………u amazed me ……….i m trying some myself……hope u keep on posting more amazing paintings…….!!!!!!!!!!
    u rock!!!!!!

  21. very artistic and inspiring creations and self questioning renderings for the viewer

  22. MY mum just baught some pastels for me . Do any of you know what I should start drawing.
    Should I do faces or some thing diffrent? Give me advise.
    ~ K3ss

  23. I am just beginning to draw, I use color pencils. Now I am thinking about trying Charcoals Sticks, and pastels. I really do not know what the difference is between them. I don’t see what is wrong with any of your drawings. Holly made a terrible comment back in 2008. I see them as an inner self energetic image. I love them they look so cool.

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