Discover conceptual drawings for sale online today. Our curated online gallery exhibits a vast array of original work, with drawings ranging from abstract impressions of city maps, to distorted mixed media pieces. Showcasing work from some of the most exciting conceptual artists active today, Rise Art’s selection is ever-evolving with intricate, mesmerising and beautiful pieces of art. Browse our collection, and explore our conceptual portrait, architecture and map drawings.
Pak Keung Wan explores themes of energy, birth and the fusion of human and cosmic bodies. Wan believes in each piece speaking for itself and feeling its way into being. From his small scale drawing Untitled (Apparition) study no:6 to his large scale wall drawing Ascent, Wan’s gentle repetition of line creates a series mesmerising conceptual drawings.
Tannaz Oroumchi's drawings take on a geometric appearance as they form vast birds-eye-view perspectives of different cities. Oroumchi’s rigorous attention to detail and monochrome palettes form drawings that echo old-fashioned maps.
Conceptual drawings focus on the idea, meaning or concept behind the work, whilst its formal appearance remains secondary. Whether probing at philosophical thinking, or stirring a sense of deep self-contemplation, conceptual art is free from formal convention and restriction.
Conceptual drawing emerged during the 1960s, when artists shifted their attention from the visual nature of art, to the idea that fuelled the artwork. Concerned with breaking the limits of creation, conceptual drawings arose as a valid medium, whilst also being used to plan other conceptual pieces. Artists such as Robert Rauschenberg, Matt Mullican and Adrian Piper created conceptual drawings to question the purpose of art, and draw attention to the act of artistic practice.