Reference Library: Post-Abstract Expressionism
A New Technique
Post-Abstract Expressionism is a technique invented by German painter Martin Hedgecoke. The style takes many different forms but the basics of it are that it binds both the order naturalistic art with the chaos of abstract expressionism. This style is usually only used in painting, but can be applied wherever Abstract Expressionism thrives such as wood sculpting, mural, and moazaic. Being a brand new technique it has not been recognized by most of the world but it has remained popular where it has been debuted.
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