So what I'm proposing is that we hide all of the separate "disk drives" in an average home behind an even larger abstraction: "the cloud."
His current paintings are large abstractions painted on large scale printed photographs of Appel's own taking.
Much of his work takes the form of large, colorful geometric abstractions.
These large, elegant abstractions are pleasing, maybe a little too pleasing, to behold.
The largest abstractions from the river are for fish farming.
In "Ascension" he reproduced the pattern from an African burial quilt as a large, complex abstraction.
Played out his own cool plan of shaping events, steering them towards some larger abstraction.
Stronger than any of the large abstractions are a series of small studies from the mid-1930's.
Those works were large, oceanic abstractions that incorporated a kaleidoscopic range of color.
However, it is our approach to the larger abstractions that count.