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Abstract art
08-24-2016
Posted by: Michael Cavallaro

Artist Michael Cavallaro pushes away the rules, lines and muddied colors that define objects as he creates abstract art. Primarily working on canvas, Cavallaro creates bright, colorful works without a preconceived plan.

 

“Art allows me just to free flow create. It’s always non-structured. I never know what it’s going to be or how it will turn out, and it always evolves after multiple layers.”

 

Abstract art allows Cavallaro to play. “It comes from my intuition in the sense that it allows me to create shapes, forms and colors that are more felt from inside rather than created from a visual.”

 

Cavallaro’s art classes cater to beginners through experienced students of all ages. “The real object is for the person to get in touch with their own inner creativity rather than duplicating [someone else’s] creativity. It’s interesting to see where people get stuck,” he said.

 

Although some people prefer standing out with bright flamboyancy, others like to conform. “It challenges their creativity and ability to adjust. It’s a metaphor for living in a linear, structured world.”

 

Starker colors tend to evoke intense feeling or emotion which some find disturbing. People sometimes prefer the calm of warmer or pastel colors, but Cavallaro is quick to point out, “Bright colors can be joyful.”

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