Abstract Seascapes – Sea Abstract Paintings By British Artist Sarah Berger
Why are so many people drawn to abstract seascapes?
One of the most famous British seascape artists was Joseph Turner (1775 – 1851), often called ‘the painter of light’. In addition, he was known for inventing new artistic techniques, for instance in making his seascape paintings look radiant. As a matter of fact, his seascape paintings were so unique and different from any other artists’ at the time. As a result, some people even thought that he was insane.
Seascapes are a popular subject of landscape artists, first popular in the Romantic era. However, seascape paintings today come in a range of styles from impressionist through to abstract.
Affordable abstract seascapes direct from the artist studio in the UK
Sarah Berger’s abstract seascapes are highly collectable, with this in mind they are available in selected art galleries. However, the artist will also sell direct from the studio, for the purpose of you saving on gallery commission.
Specialising in original abstract seascapes
Sarah will sell only original artwork, she does not sell flat printed canvasses that are sold worldwide. In other words, the seascapes will be a one-of-a-kind painting. Moreover, with art prices likely to go up in value over time, grab yourself an original painting as an investment.
Large original hand-painted seascapes
Seascapes painted by Sarah Berger are often on large or very large deep box canvas. In fact, most of the pieces of art are 120cm x 100cm. However, you can commission seascapes, for example in your choice of colour and sizes. Sarah mainly paints on commission for her art clients according to their individual needs. In fact, if you are looking for very large seascapes then the sky (or sea) is the limit with regards to size. With this in mind, go for a very large seascape painting if you are after the wow factor! By all means, simply get in touch with Sarah for the pricing of very large commissions.