Abstract painting expresses ideas and feelings through colors and shapes that do not correspond to the real world. In this way, there is no figurative representation, but a visual language of colors and shapes that has its own meaning.

The purpose of painting is not to reproduce some images, but to convey emotions from stains, lines and colors. In this sense, colors communicate feelings (for example, red transmits energy) and forms express ideas (for example, the circle can symbolize perfection).