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Abstract Art: Scales and Heart

A five-spoke balancing scale on the top left, with an off-colored rectangle below. A large irregularly-shaped heart symbol on the right.

The heart looked nice, if maybe a bit too like a bird comb at places.

Something more traditional. I like the scales. Looks more like when I draw on paper, and there’s something kind of quaint and familiar to those ugly scribbles. Often I get the feeling there are more than two things being weighed, so you’d need something like that contraption to really get things under control, right? (Otherwise you’d have to to weigh each pair.)

But is it abstract? The scales and heart both aren’t that abstract, but it’s also not a fully cohesive image. I’m sure art scientists would say it’s not abstract enough to be called abstract, but it feels unconnected enough to me.

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