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Abstract Flower Set on Black

Flower Rose Abstract Art Blossom Black
Abstract Flower 1

Dramatic rose set on black. This abstract art image creatively will accent any room. The blossom is a mix of loose and yet precise artistic control. The mixing of abstract with figurative techniques, we know this is a flower, brings on a new aesthetic.

This is the first of three Abstract Flower x in the Countenance Collection.




Red Orange Black and White Rose

Flower Blossom Rose Abstract Art 2
Abstract Flower 2

This rose is between bud and blossom. Liberties have been taken with flower to create an abstract art piece. The white backdrop brings out the beauty of the form.

There are three different flowers created as abstracts, this is the second of them.






Flower Blossom 3

Green Abstract Art Blossom Flower 3
Abstract Flower 3


This loose abstract art set on a vibrant green backdrop is full of life. The blossom can cheer up anyone. The flower is an independent non-specific design.


This is the third abstract flower created by the artist.

White Version of the Lilies

White Flower Blossom Lily Lilies
Music Notes 12

Lily is a woman's name, after the flower. The blossom here is softly colored, and laid on a white background. This is one of two lilies created by David Bridburg. Further, the artist uses this image on two Dutch mannequinned dresses as fashion statements.


Among other meanings, the name and the flower represents "pure", "passion" and "rebirth". 




Lily Blossom on Black

Multi Color Lily Lilies Flower Black
Music Notes 13


Flower Lily Lilies Blossom on Black
The Lilies are the Flower most associated with funerals. Appropriately this lily blossom is set on black. 

The artist's approach creates a 3 dimensional feel to the multi-colored blossom. David Bridburg title this image "Music Notes 13" as an addition to his Post Contemporary Collection of artworks. 'Music Notes xx' is the ephemeral set of title replacements to the stereotypical "Untitled xx".