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New Media or Neo-Geometric Abstract Art

Geometric abstraction is present among many cultures throughout history both as decorative motifs and as art pieces themselves. Islamic art, in its prohibition of depicting religious figures, is a prime example of this geometric pattern-based art, which existed centuries before the movement in Europe and in many ways influenced this Western school. Aligned with and often used in the architecture of Islamic civilizations spanning the 7th century-20th century, geometric patterns were used to visually connect spirituality with science and art, both of which were key to Islamic thought of the time. - Wiki The below images are a few in a series of 300 of my Neo-Geometric Abstracts I've created in

New Work: Rachel's Garden (Jackson's Tomb)

When Rachel Jackson died suddenly on December 22, 1828, Andrew Jackson had yet to make any preparations for their final resting place. Jackson decided to bury Rachel in her garden at The Hermitage as it was her favorite place. Jackson had a small frame house erected over her limestone burial crypt temporarily until a more suitable monument could be built. Rachel's Tomb, Oil On Canvas, 30" x 40", 2017 Now at the Local Color Gallery, Nashville, Tn. Eric Buechel Fine Art/ The Bee Hive Atelier P.O. Box 277 Pleasant Hill Tennessee 38578 (931) 881-7806 Home Page

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Eric Buechel

P.O. Box 277

Pleasant Hill, Tennessee 38578

(931) 881-7806

Eric Buechel

P.O. Box 277

Pleasant Hill, Tennessee 38578

(931) 881-7806