Non - Objective art - wholly or in part - is commonly referred to as Abstract. Yet, within this vast abyss of Abstraction there are countless subcategories like Cubism, Surrealism, Minimalism and Impressionism requiring an MFA to sort it all out. (See my Blog Post - The Mystique of Labeling Art).
To me, these details are unimportant. What does matter is that working in an abstract genre` allows me to disregard the boundaries of realism and apply dimension and what some say is my intuitive use color to create something different, unique and moving. As you can see my abstract work morphs from entirely non-objective to blends of figurative and non-objective images and surroundings.