Ambient Fine Art

Videos on YouTube of recent paintings:

I’ve been painting fine art since the late 1980s and went to an art college in Kansas City for a couple of years in the early 90s, but in the meantime computers and technology took over.  I’ve continued to paint, but at a slower pace, and to help decorate the houses we’ve lived in.

Some people call this style “non-objective art”, but I prefer to call it “ambient art” or “ambient fine art”.  It’s made to create a mood or atmosphere, but in a relatively unobtrusive way.  It can be considered abstract, but not particularly flashy.

In recent years I have worked exclusively with squares.  In particular, smaller squares.  I consider it a kind of “modular art” that can be mixed and matched to create new visual groups rather than leaving artworks in the same place all the time.

If you like the kind of art I create and might be interested in commissioning something, please feel free to email me at markrushton@gmail.com