Discover geometric artists online. Explore a range of geometric creators specialising in a variety of differents styles from abstract sculpture to minimalist collages, and experimenting in mediums including acrylic paint and wood.
Graphic Designer Kareem Rizk creates heartwarming, multi-layered collages using old books, vintage postcards, outdated brochures and catalogues. Using primarily warm pastel colours and familiar period imagery, often containing old car cut-outs, Kareem produces deeply nostalgic visuals such as Station Wagon No. 4 and Bonnet.
Slovakian artist Slavomir Zombek believes that less is always more, and stays true to his word in his minimalist, geometric collages. Slavomir’s grid-like compositions are calming to behold for their admirable simplicity and clarity. 1984, for instance, demonstrates his distinct and clear-cut style.
British Artist Olivia Peake’s geometric painting installations such as Semblance (Painting Three), acrylic paint and radiant light film on canvas, adeptly bridge the gap between architecture and art. Olivia’s experimental style, which combines illusionistic qualities of light and a neo-futurist use of space and form, is outstandingly modern.
Contemporary Ukrainian sculptor Andrij Savchuk fashions stunning abstract sculptures out of wood such as Spiral of Sound. Andrij’s practice is predominantly informed by minimalist abstract shapes. That said, his expressive woodwork is structurally harmonious and by no means simplistic; graphic patterns, sharp textures and prismatic colours abound.
Charlie Oscar Patterson creates abstract geometric sculptures which demonstrate his passion for minimal detail and unconventional forms. La Boheme, acrylic on wood, is characterised by Charlie’s refined and structured approach. Bold, block colours also feature heavily in his works.
Robert Dunt is an influential British artist whose electric canvases demand attention. Explosive colour and exploratory patterns are starring motifs throughout Robert’s portfolio. His mixed-media abstracts such as Seashore and Fingle Bridge, both oil and felt tip pen on canvas, often have a musical influence and look at ideas of interference, sound waves and pixelation.
Kevin Jackson uses traditional mark-making techniques to express the inexpressible. His original geometric prints and paintings such as 5 POINT, digital software on paper, and Half Smiling, mixed-acrylic on raw canvas, have subtle, sometimes monochromatic palettes, and play with hypnotic shape formations.
Photographer Nick Miners takes elegant geometric photographs inspired by his interest in brutalist architecture. His deceptively minimalist shots of urban landscapes and industrial constructs such as Tinted Concrete: Amber, lustre finish on photographic paper, are visually striking.