Curved lines, symmetry, freeform flow — so much can be conveyed with just a few lines.
These abstract prints are part of my portfolio of work perfect to frame together or hang with pieces that you already have in your collection. I have used muted, calming colors that off-set the chaos of some of the compositions, but one unifying thread through them all is the use of only one color plus white.
You will also see inspiration from Rorschach or Ink-Blot prints, lace, and traditional work in these pieces. I have always been inspired by black and white, line drawings, illustrations, and scenes that I’ve discovered while traveling — everything you need to create a beautiful gallery wall.
Rorschach Curves (Version 5)
Bronze and White Lines (Abstract Print)
From left to right: Cream and White (from the Abstract Lace Grid series), Cream and White Lines (Abstract Print), White and Cream (from the Abstract Lace Grid series), White and Tan (from the Abstract Lace Grid series), Tan and White Lines (Abstract Print), Tan and White (from the Abstract Lace Grid series)
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Meet The Author
Lindsay Shapka is an avid traveler and the creator of The Anthrotorian — a website dedicated to sharing travel tips, stories about adventures, culture quirks, artists you should know, fascinating bits of history, and more!
She is also an artist, marketing specialist, editor, and freelance writer who has work featured on websites, blogs, and in magazines like National Geographic Traveler.