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Discover the Subtlety of Abstract Art!

Published on: 22 Sep, 2021

Abstract art requires a deeper thought, an inquisitive eye and a curious mind.

It is also called non objective art or nonrepresentational art, painting, sculpture, or graphic art in which the portrayal of things from the visible world plays little or no part. All art consists largely of elements that can be called abstract—elements of form, colour, line, tone, and texture.

Explore a few such paintings in this blog and visit here to check out the entire range of Atypical Artworks!


The Green - Ansh Batra

Abstraction allows a person to see with his mind what he cannot see physically with his eyes. Abstract art is not the creation of another reality but the true vision of reality. There is no must in art because art is free. The longer you look at an object, the more abstract it becomes, and, ironically, the more real.

Ansh has autism, he is 14 years old, but autism could not stop him from exploring things he loves doing. He is a good sportsperson but he found his calling in Art. He has done 38 exhibitions and his work has been appreciated at various national and international platforms.

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Unison - Ammogh

“Art should look like art, trees and flowers and people, not weird shapes and splotches of color all smeared together.” 

Ammogh is a 21 year old person living in Gurugram. He is on the Autism Spectrum. Ammogh has limited speech and cannot read and write much. He is exploring various avenues of personal growth. He loves food, music and travel. One of his biggest achievements is that under the supervision of ALAP Trust he is learning to live independently in an apartment away from his parents along with a few young adults also on the spectrum.

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Random Thoughts - Dhrov Tikoo

A work of art which did not begin in emotion is not art. Art is never finished, only abandoned. There is no must in art because art is free. To my mind a picture should be something pleasant, cheerful and pretty.

Dhrov Tikoo is a recently turned teen with autism and has been painting for the last 4 years. He was diagnosed with autism when he was 1.5 years old and what started as stimulating colors (throwing them in air and watching them fall) is now his passion. He loves to experiment with different art forms like nature, abstract, doodling, line drawings, cartoons and whatever he can get his hands on.  He is a self taught artist who learns from surfing the internet and takes inspiration to make his own creations. 

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Abstract Art - Thyagraj

Art should look like art, trees and flowers and people, not weird shapes and splotches of color all smeared together. Abstraction allows man to see with his mind what he cannot see physically with his eyes.

Thyagraj resides in Bangalore. He has a Locomotor Disability. Growing up in an environment filled with a rich heritage of love and passion for art, he was always drawn towards painting. He worked for a corporate company for 8 years before he developed an interest in Filmmaking. He now makes Short Films under his own banner, Thyagraj Pictures. He also takes art classes for kids of various age groups. He lives with a cluster of dreams and hopes to turn them into reality. He approaches life with a positive attitude.

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These artists work hard to create such brilliant masterpieces. Their story is inspirational and their efforts are relentless. Buying a painting made by people with disabilities, you are encouraging their talent and also becoming a part of this revolution for change and inclusion. 

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