I brought some home for you...
Here are a few of the most well-known.
How many can you recognize? (answers at bottom)
(that lady isn't me - I included her so you'd have perspective on the size of this beast)
Encaustic, oil and collage on fabric mounted on plywood
This is around 7 feet tall and 7 feet wide
I'm sure you know the "splatter paint" artist is Jackson Pollock.
Mark Rothko is the artist associated with those block-type color washes.
Campbells soup cans? Andy Warhol, of course. (And I know, these aren't all abstract exp.)
The American Flag - Jasper Johns
And the tall dancing people is The Jungle by Wilfredo Lam
The very last beauty is the subway wall. I took that photo on my way home.
Here is a watercolor I sketched from a simple figure by Paul Klee: The Angler. His was an oil transfer drawing, watercolor and ink. Mine is watercolor and ink.