Our final stop on the Art History Tour Bus is Minimalism. The Minimalist movement began in the 1960's as a counter to the emotion-driven paint-flinging of Abstract Expressionism. It's a form of abstraction that sought to reduce a subject to machinelike simplicity. Minimalist artists liked to experiment with unconventional methods and materials, and over time, the mediums became the focus.
For this example, however, the medium is simply paint.
Acrylic on paper
So what's next for our bear? Stay tuned, as we 'color his world'.