Artistic Appreciations #2 : Abstract Pastels

Hello dear art lovers and welcome back to another feature where I present you some artworks I’m admiring at the moment. If you are on the hunt for art for your home, wanna stay up to date with new talents or just love being inspired by interesting pieces of art – Then this series of features is for you. Welcome to my “Artistic Appreciations”! Today we explore some pieces on the theme of Abstract Pastels.


The airy and happy colour combinations created by Beate Garding Schubert could make anyone smile. These abstract creations are so filled with love, something you will see if you follow her on Instagram. If you love abstract art I truly recommend checking out her artworks by clicking below.

Title: Never stop dreaming II (XXL) // Artist: Beate Garding Schubert // Country: Germany

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This painting by Portuguese artist Bruno Varatojo shows off just how much you can play with loose shapes. I find myself seeing things in this painting, new things every time, and that is a great sign when choosing something for your wall.

Title: Untitled // Artist: Bruno Varatojo // Country: Portugal

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For a slightly more toned down look I would consider this piece by American painter Magdalena Krzak, which with its peachy shades and black lines sends out elegant vibes.

Title: Bella // Artist: Magdalena Krzak // Country: USA

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In this artwork American artist Melissa McGill plays with paint that has been let loose on the canvas. Isn’t it great that we in art can embrace messiness?

Title: Bloom Through The Snow // Artist: Melissa McGill // Country: USA

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French artist Leena Noux caught my eye with this dreamy painting. The colour combinations and soft blending technique feels like clouds colliding on the canvas.

Title: Almost Forgot How Good It Was // Artist: Leena Noux // Country: France

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