Abstract Resolutionism is intentionally focused on bringing forth the continued evolution of abstract ideology, theory, and quality in the visual arts. This goal of preserving a tradition brought forth by the Abstract Expressionists is a sincere attempt to raise the standards and work ethic of currently practicing post millennial digital-age artists.
It has been said in regards to abstract work that quantity is paramount. This strength in numbers strategy is essential to building a body of work which supports and furthers an artist’s foundational vision. In these hurried times of rapid prototypes and digital manifestations it is more important than ever to keep alive the traditional media practices which have allowed this evolution to take place. Without genuine intellectual vigor and critical decisiveness the world of art theory, history, and design might experience the domino effect from a lack of quality control.
Let us not forget that art is made for people by people. An intrinsically monotheist task often yields unacknowledged “talent’, and many storage spaces become filled with little seen artwork. It is because of our success as a species that we have the “everyone is an artist” dilemma. Herein lies the challenge of contributing something useful as an artist today.
We can use modern technology to more effectively procure the desired resolute abstractions. An emphasis should be placed on not settling for substandard execution of under worked creative endeavors. With help from each other we can become better at critically managing our visual assets, so that we utilize our time spent manifesting unique identities more effectively.
In ART We trust!