Robert Bohle, abstract expressionist

I paint to see what will happen. It is an act of discovery for me. I rarely know what a painting will look like when I am finished with it. It is hard enough to know when I am finished with a painting. Period. I prefer non-representational art because I want viewers to react to the painting as they experience it. Representational art carries with it too much “baggage,” if you will. I want viewers to get something from the emotions I put INto the paintings, from the colors, the texture of the paint, and how everything interacts.

If you want some original abstract art for your office or home walls, check out my growing list of paintings in the Gallery or contact me regarding your special request. It is less expensive than you think to get original art.