This piece was done by Brandi Tiedeman. It was influenced by Piet Mondrian. It is a play-off of his piece called Composition no. 10. This is a minimalistic piece due to the asemmertical lines, few colors, and structured empty space.
This piece was done by Danielle Triaga. It was inspired by the minimalistic art challenge to draw an image with one continuous line. Because the drawing is done with one single line, it embraces empty space and simplicity, which are found in minimalism artwork.
This piece was done by Tyrese Smalley. I used aspects of black and white colors, lines, and geometric shapes to create the artwork. This was inspired by the artist Frank Stella with his use of shapes and emphasizing the flatness of the canvas.
This is a minimalist art piece because of the simplicity of using only two lines to draw this couple. I also added some color into the mix because I was inspired by Yayoi Kusama. Her art work always incorporates bright colors.
This piece was done by Carlee Skarin. It is modeled by Bernardo Ramonfaur. He believes that minimalism gives a peace of mind to help form clear and concrete thoughts. This rendition is slightly altered compared to the original in order to really understand the peace of mind and let the illustration guide the decision making process as far as what colors to use and where to go next after every line.
This piece was crafted by Zach Sweatman. The artist was influenced by Marcel Duchamp's "readymade" artworks. Duchamp took odds and ends from around his place, and just created with them. Not to provoke emotion or thought, but to confront the viewer with an aesthetically pleasing piece of art that used minimalistic tendencies. The objects used to make this piece were a wooden cutting board, all purpose flour, and string.