Contemporary Art by Robert Neff
The contemporary abstract artwork is innovate and captivates and intrigues the mind. Robert Neff's photography and storytelling are the inspiration and basis for his contempoary art. During his solo show at Art Miami’s Spectrum Miami, art lovers were drawn into his fine art work. His style drew comparisons to Vasarely and the Op Art movement. One collector from Uruguay compared his style to "Constructivism" and the great Uruguay artist, Garcia.
This style has produced several contemporary art collections, design studies and individual works. Four are featured here:
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About The Contemporary Art Style
The style was developed by Robert Neff and is called Kaleidoscopography. This uses the image's natural tones and hues to create an energy that is attractive to both the mind and spirit. The work draws you into the art. As you move, your perspective changes and so does your experience.
Learn more about Robert Neff's "Innovation in Contemporary Art."
This artwork is well suited for decor, fashion and linen.
New Contemporary Art
New contemporary art from Robert Neff dynamic and vibrant, and engages the senses. Presentation is "Made with Slate."
Contemporary Art Based On Cruise Photography
Cozumel Cruise onboard Royal Caribbean's Brilliance of the Seas provided a perfect venue to create new contemporary art, The work is dynamic and vibrant, and engages the senses. Presentation is "Made with Slate."
Abstract Art Series
The series does not use Kaleidoscopography. Rather, the abstract art series explores photograpic abstract art.
Heron Launching Abstract Art Series
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Anhinga Abstract Designs
The anhinga is a shorebird and is the basis for Anhinga Abstract Design, which is based upon my photography.
USA Flag Abstract Design Series
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