7 Cool Black and White Abstract Art Paintings in One Place

Rachael holds her abstract painting entitled Black and White as she crouches on a highway's exit ramp

Here are 7 really cool black and white abstract paintings. I include an interesting fact about each painting.

Painting #1: Black and White

Interesting Fact: The black and white abstract shapes underneath each set of handprints were created by the artist using her own torso.
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Black and White Abstract Painting of Two Female Torsos and their Hands

Painting #2: Jumping Beans

​Interesting Fact: The tiny 3-D spheres laying on top of the white ribbons of paint are silicon balls from freshness packs used in packaging.
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Black and White Abstract Painting of Jumping Beans

Painting #3: Squares

Interesting Fact: The thick, large ribbons of paint were created from sheetrock mud and paint.​
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Black and White Abstract Painting of Squares

Painting #4: Swirls

​Interesting Fact: The thick, large ribbons of paint were created from sheetrock mud and paint.
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Black and White Abstract Painting of Swirls

Painting #5: Dancing Leaves

​Interesting Fact: The predominant black tree that you see is a free form created by the artist using a sheetrock finishing knife. It is not a stencil.
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Black and White Painting of Forest During a Snow Storm

Painting #6: Sticks and Stones

Interesting Fact: The small circles that you see are actually tiny black rubber hair ties.
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Black and White Abstract Painting of Sticks and Stones

Painting #7: White Tree

Interesting Fact: The painting you see is a second iteration. It was created by placing a layer of black paint over the entire original painting and then turning it upside down before recreating the white tree.
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Black and White Painting of a Large Tree and a Small Red Swing

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