It is difficult to understand Large Abstract Paintings. To visualize rare works, such as those involving Pollock's paintings, one can tell about his legendary experiences. It is said that Jackson Pollock, an American abstract Black and White Abstract Canvas Art expressionist painter, once held a personal exhibition. In order to understand the views of others on his works, Jackson Pollock mingled with visitors as a spectator.
Many people shake their heads and walk away after reading his works. Pollock is very helpless. Suddenly, a child pointed to a part of the Black and White Abstract Canvas Art painting and shouted, "Look, that place looks like a bird!" Pollock startled and looked in the direction the child pointed, and sure enough, the color was like a bird. Pollock quickly took out the prepared brushes and paints and quickly drew a few strokes there. Then he asked, "Are you still like a bird?" The child shook his head. So Pollock smiled happily. Although this story is not necessarily true and reliable, it vividly illustrates that abstract Big Black and White Painting is not based on the objective appearance of objects. Then there are students and the people who started abstract art who misunderstand the artists and think they are random. At this point, the artist's achievements or resume can be introduced to the audience in order to avoid misunderstanding. If you appreciate Wu Guanzhong's Abstract paintings, you can combine his realistic works to introduce the achievements of artists, so that students have a kind of respect for them, so as to avoid ignoring the occurrence of abstract artistic behavior.